IFS puts unused land and building at Liawenee base up for salePublished on June 18, 2015
The IFS has subdivided its Liawenee base to facilitate the sale of the disused laboratory building and a vacant block of land. The Liawenee base continues to be integral to the Service’s operations with a permanent Fisheries Officer stationed at Liawenee, recent upgrades to the Field Accommodation Hostel and the continued presence of Tasmania Police.
The laboratory building was constructed in the late 1970’s and has largely been unused since the late 90’s. This substantial brick building would be ideal for conversion to a holiday home or lodge on a generous block of land over 9000 m2. The vacant block is over 6000 m2 and has a lovely outlook to Great Lake. Both lots are serviced by a new private access onto Highland Lakes Road.
The Laboratory building is being offered for sale by expressions of interest closing on 10th July 2015. The vacant land is listed for sale for $50,000. Both properties can be viewed at www.42degress.com.au
Any money realised from the sale of these properties will be reinvested in fisheries infrastructure projects for the benefit of anglers