Be warned, this map is probably inaccurate. It encompasses areas that are remote and isolated and the roads marked on it include large sections of gravel surface. However the local inhabitants are very friendly and the wild life abounds.
If you are interested in holes in the ground, ancient and modern history, some remarkable bridges and what was the world’s largest gravity feed irrigation system, then you have come to the right place.
Don’t venture out without water, a hat and sensible shoes. Although you may be only 90 minutes north of Melbourne – one of the world’s most liveable cities – the country described here is country without reliable mobile phone coverage and in some places you could be way beyond the Black Stump.
Enjoy your adventures…