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Jane Bunn spends $3.15million on a sprawling six-and-a-half hectare estate

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Inside Bunn’s Covid bunker! Meteorologist Jane Bunn and her IT consultant husband Michael splash $3.15million on a sprawling six-and-a-half hectare estate outside of Melbourne


The Covid pandemic is currently ravaging some of Australia’s biggest cities.  

And now meteorologist Jane Bunn and her IT consultant husband Michael have splashed out $3.15 million on a sprawling six-and-a-half hectare estate an hour out of Melbourne’s CBD.

The property, located on the Mornington Peninsula, was purchased by the couple in April and has views of Port Phillip Bay. 

Escape: Meteorologist Jane Bunn and her IT consultant husband Michael have splashed out $3.15 million on a sprawling six-and-a-half hectare estate an hour out of Melbourne's CBD

Escape: Meteorologist Jane Bunn and her IT consultant husband Michael have splashed out $3.15 million on a sprawling six-and-a-half hectare estate an hour out of Melbourne’s CBD

The property sits at the end of treelined driveway, and is an existing three-bedroom brick and timber residence.

A large veranda and a sunny alfresco deck overlook one of two dams on the property, while a dining room and a large living room sit beneath a vaulted timber-lined ceiling. 

There’s also an open fireplace and stunning vaulted timber-lined ceilings.  

Picturesque: The property, located on the Mornington Peninsula, was purchased by the couple in April and has views of Port Phillip Bay

Picturesque: The property, located on the Mornington Peninsula, was purchased by the couple in April and has views of Port Phillip Bay

Nice: There's also an open fireplace and stunning vaulted timber-lined ceilings

Nice: There’s also an open fireplace and stunning vaulted timber-lined ceilings

The adjoining master bedroom includes an en-suite and walk-in robe. 

There’s also a rustic country lodge feel to the residence, and the home features a timber kitchen with tiled benchtops, a wall oven and a gas cooktop. 

After transitioning from Sky News’ The Weather Channel to WIN News Victoria in 2009, Jane first started to amass a growing fan base.

Rustic: There's also a rustic country lodge feel to the residence, and the home features a timber kitchen with tiled benchtops, a wall oven and a gas cooktop

Rustic: There’s also a rustic country lodge feel to the residence, and the home features a timber kitchen with tiled benchtops, a wall oven and a gas cooktop

Nice view: A large veranda and a sunny deck overlook one of two dams on the property

Nice view: A large veranda and a sunny deck overlook one of two dams on the property

She initially attracted a following from farmers reliant on her daily bulletins.

Jane later enjoyed a stint at ABC, before finding a home on Seven News Melbourne, with many locals branding her Australia’s most popular weather presenter.

In 2018, one super-fan known only as ‘Scott’ had Jane’s face tattooed to his body.

Popular: After transitioning from Sky News' The Weather Channel to WIN News Victoria in 2009, Jane first started to amass a growing fan base

Popular: After transitioning from Sky News’ The Weather Channel to WIN News Victoria in 2009, Jane first started to amass a growing fan base

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