Bushwalking – there a number of bushwalks ranging from easy 15 minute walks through the sub-tropical rainforest by the creek, to 3 hour steep walks through bushland to the top of the ridge above Sine Cera.
Creek - One boundary of the property is Gradys Creek. This is a permanent (pure) water feature with various water holes for swimming in summer. Sine Cera adjoins the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park with its pristine forests, waterfall gorges, crystal creeks and one of the richest biodiversities of plants and animals in all Australia.
Flora and Fauna - Sine Cera’s own lush sub-tropical rainforest is instantly accessible. Wallabies, Pademelons, Rosellas, Bell birds and orchids, to name a few, are frequently seen. Platypi are known to inhabit our valley.