Mt Oak

Cooma, New South Wales - Australia

Mt Oak Community Association website, established at the 2nd ConFest in 1977. Mt Oak is 1140 hectares of granite outcropping mountains of Drooping Sheoak and Black Cypress Pine, Apple Box grassy woodland and Monaro temperate grasslands, on the Murrumbidgee River and the Murrumbucca Creek. After more than 30 years, though the Mt Oak Community Association members (old and new) may live elsewhere, the original ecological, ownership and concensus principles still apply to the land, while the restoration and stewardship of the rare and threatened ecosystems and species has become the primary focus for today's community association and friends

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