Septic System Raymond Island Gippsland

This home features an under house worm farm septic tank

Raymond Island is a small island in the Gippsland Lakes in eastern Victoria, Australia, about 300 km from Melbourne. The island is approximately 6 km long by 2 km wide, and is just 200 m off the coast, across from the town of Paynesville. The island is named after William Odell Raymond,  originally a magistrate from New South Wales who established himself as a squatter in Gippsland in the 1840s.

Raymond Island is a suburb in the East Gippsland Region of Victoria. It has a population of 548 people and 6.88% of its occupants live in rental accommodation. The area is well known for its wildlife, especially a very healthy and abundant koala population.

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Raymond Island Koala's

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