Just $115,000


This is a rare opportunity to own a half-acre of land in the beautiful Snowy Mountains region, which will probably never be repeated, certainly not at these prices.

The land is almost a half-acre (1987m2) in size, approximately 40m (W) x 50m (L) which affords the lucky owner the opportunity to create their own masterpiece. It has a slight elevation, easy building, and access, cleared and ready to build on. In addition to the size of the land, including under the local Bombala LEP, the land can also be subdivided (STCA) hence providing a number of different options for the owner.

The location of the property is halfway between the Perisher ski tube and the beaches of the south coast, in a beautiful little village called Bibbenluke, with an elevation of 800 meters. The crystal-clear waters of the Bombala River are within walking distance and there you can fish, swim, launch a tinnie or just chill out and relax. If you are lucky you might also catch a glimpse of a Platypus basking in the sun because this part of the river is home to many Platypuses.

Being in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains provides access to Australia's great outdoors. You are spoilt for choices where you can enjoy the ski fields, mountain biking, hiking, 4WD, fishing, National Parks, horse riding, local wineries, and many more fun activities. And just to top it off, when you come home after a fun-filled day, you can relax around the fire pit and take in one of the best sights in Australia, just look up and be amazed by the billions of stars that blanket the pitch-black sky. Now that is living.

It’s a ten-minute drive to the town of Bombala where you can do your shopping, and go to cafes, pubs, clubs, retail shops, or restaurants. There is a large sports oval just across the road where the kids or grandkids can tire themselves out in a very safe environment.


The NSW government has embarked on a plan totally change the Snowy Mountains from a part-time holiday venue to a year-round destination, with Jindabyne as its center. It is a forty-year strategy plan and it’s all kicking off right now. In July 2022, an investment of $391.3 million was approved to commence the development plan.

And at the federal level, the new Snowy 2.0 project is a massive infrastructure project that is designed to increase the original Snowy Hydro Scheme and will see many millions of dollars injected into the area.

This means that the land in this region will never be as cheap as it is right now.

The opportunity exists to land-bank for the future, or better still, build a quality chalet and receive superior rental returns (via short-term accommodation providers such as Airbnb) all year round.  During the ski season, even a modest Lodge or Cabin will fetch $1000 to $1,500 per night.  So, when you’re not using it yourself, it will produce an excellent income stream for you, all year round.

Check out our designs. Construction costs start to form at just $380,000.

Additional Information

The lots have power nearby but no Council water or sewer connections. In today's world, this is not a problem, in fact, it is preferred. Owners will get the benefit of big savings through the use of water tanks, solar and modern composting (dry) toilets (or septic if preferred) thereby eliminating or massively reducing power and water bills and having minimum council rates.


Bibbenluke is a beautiful quaint little village with that rustic country charm, located close to the Bombala River. It is a lovely landscaped countryside with the rolling hills of the Monaro and distant vistas of the Snowy Mountains.

The Lots offer easy access and building, slight elevations, cleared and ready to build on.

Both lots are approximately 2000m2 or half-acre in size, close to the Bombala River and Monaro highway.

Located roughly halfway between the beautiful south coast beaches and Jindabyne with an altitude close to 800 meters.

Each lot is Zoned RU5 Village (Residential) and under the Bombala LEP, can be subdivided. (STCA)

Amenities nearby include shops, a supermarket, restaurants, cafes, a pub, and a club, all a ten-minute drive away.

Schools, medical, chemist, river walks, caravan park, and a museum are all in or around Bombala.