"Sarah Blanche Point"
An outstanding property of 19.63 hectares (48.50 acres) located on Sarah Blanche Point, on the south-west coast of Flinders Island. The point was named after the schooner "Sarah Ann Blanche", which was shipwrecked there in 1872. The property enjoys a boundary to Crown foreshore reserve of 712 metres on the west side of the point and 334 metres on the east side, where you will find a secluded sandy beach, offering excellent fishing. The remainder of the coastline is made up of lichen covered granite rocky coves.
From the property breathtaking views can be found across the ocean of Franklin Sound towards distant outlying islands. The backdrop of this unique property is the majestic granite peaks of Strzelecki National Park. A truly stunning property.