The Coe family consider the grassy woodland surrounding our vineyard as an extremely important biodiverse community. We are determined to protect this land and to create a lasting legacy for our children. We have placed a perpetual covenant over 1000acres of land adjoining the vineyard. This grassy woodland contains threatened yellow box and white box communities which are valuable habitats for superb parrots, diamond fire tails and quolls. The Coe family has been involved with the Australian National University, in monitoring and recording the effects of different grazing regimes on flora and fauna over the property. As a result of the improved biodiversity of rotational grazing and environmental management regimes, Cooba East Station is gradually evolving into a majestic beauty!
During Spring and Autumn we open up the grassy woodland area to friends of Coe&Co. We invite you to come and spend time enjoying a paddock barbecue, taste our beautiful wines, explore the creeks and mountain, experience bush walking, camping, mountain biking, and to immerse yourself in the natural rugged beauty of Cooba East Station (one of the original cattle stations in the region and part of the original Nangus Cattle Run).
If you are interested in receiving more information regarding these special weekends then register an expression of interest for a Grassy Woodland Paddock Barbie.
The wine we produce in our Covenant range, is chosen from the Covenant Block which is located at the base of Cooba Mountain, beside the beautiful grassy woodland.