Cohabit-Nation Developments Pty Ltd is in the process of acquiring properties in several locations suitable for both human residency and improving the environment for the benefit of native flora and fauna.

The first of our projects is a 354 acre property located in Glen Cairn, a small area 7km south of Gatton in the Lockyer Valley, Queensland.
This property was selected for a number of reasons including –
– Less than 15 minutes from the local Fire Brigade, major supermarkets, full medical facilities, railway station, primary and secondary education facilities and a long list of commercial industries;
– Less than 50 minutes to the major cities of Toowoomba and Ipswich and and a few minutes longer to the Brisbane CBD and International Airport.
– Bordering the 4.2km2 (1,037 acres) Gatton National Park, this property is a perfect fit;
– Despite being designated essential habitat for a number of wildlife, the property was left un-managed for over 5 years resulting in a serious infestation of invasive flora including prickly pear and “mother-of-millions”;
– That essential habitat could only be retained and enhanced by a permanent human presence dedicated to the health of all native species;
– Fences had to be removed, waterways needed to be cleaned, over-dense vegetation needed to be culled, fire hazards needed to be reduced and removed – achievable only with human presence;