The property has half a dozen cleared sites with strong north facing aspects to Mt Coree and spectacular eagle-eye views of the valley. The centre features uninterrupted 360 degree views from the top of Space Hill – a spectacular plateau, 942 metres above sea level. The Space Saddle slopes gently off this plateau to the south east and offers uninterrupted views of the Southern Alps for 30 kms. Space Hill has many of the geographic qualities of the Mt Stromlo Observatory closer to Canberra – but without the light and glare from the city. A planetarium or observatory would be well placed here. The back of the property shares over a kilometre of boundary with the Kosciuszko National Park to the west. Wilderness and silence are the hallmarks of this stunning property. It features expansive views of the totally secluded Valley of the Saints – a five km valley, running west into the national park and the cradle for Bull Flat Creek. A large three megalitre dam sits just below a half megalitre dam in the centre of the property. These dams are fed by the many rivulets that flow through the block and are large enough for a couple of small boats and a jetty.
The Reserve contains a legal right of way onto the Goodradigbee River about 400 metres away. The right of way is 3 metres wide until it nears the river where it expands to six metres wide. The right of way guarantees owners of the property access to the river and the ability to pump water from the river. It also allows any activity on the right of way that complements the movement of water like a pump, small shed etc.