Situated in the foothills of Mount Baw Baw, Mira Mira is a secluded country property to retreat to and yet just 90 minutes drive from Melbourne, 6kms from the township of Neerim South, 14kms from Warragul and Drouin.
The retreats are discreetly hidden from each other on 22 acres of undulating grass lands and bush, bordering directly on to State Forest. With three dams, a tree fern gully and numerous pockets of natural bush the property attracts native wildlife including wallabies, kangaroos and possums. It even has several resident wombats (Dozer, Dozer Jnr and Mini Me), Victor the wallaby and is visited by startling birdlife including kookaburras, cockatoos, and rosellas.
Each spring a family of ducks, numbering twenty six by the end of summer 2012 and yet to be named, return to the property to prepare to increase their family numbers. This year has seen some new additions of water birds of several varieties, which coexist with the resident ducks. All the little ones of each variety have been schooled together in the art of swimming, flying and foraging for food in the three dams.