Part of the Heytesbury settlement, Simpson is one of the most productive dairying/livestock centres in Australia. Lying 199km west of Melbourne, Simpson is a regional town and is located within the Corangamite Shire.
The Shire’s coastline boasts kilometres of National Park and the Twelve Apostles – a natural rock formation created by the erosion of the limestone cliffs by the Southern Ocean. It also has lush hinterland and fertile grasslands, internationally recognised wetlands, volcanic cones and rolling hills. It is not only attractive but also forms the basis of an important agricultural industry. Simpson’s climate is classified as warm and temperate.
There is a great deal of rainfall in Simpson even in the driest months ensuring year round sustainability. The average temperature in Simpson is 13–18 degrees Celsius. The average annual rainfall is 1,044mm. The least amount of rainfall occurs in February which is an average of 42mm.
This an amazing opportunity to acquire some of the districts most productive land, with incredible views of the Otway Ranges from all lots.