Where is it?  Off Cork Mail Road, 85km south-west of Winton, 970km west of Rockhampton

How to see it for yourself?

From Winton, follow Kennedy Development Road in the direction on Boulia, then turn left at  Cork Mail Road for 45km and the entrance to Carisbrooke Station is on the left. The station also has a 1100m airstrip, with light aircraft flying to Winton. This view was taken from the top of an escarpment that runs parallel to Jundah Road, bordering the back of the property, looking back towards the station. The escarpment reaches 80m in places, giving great views area. It can be accessed by car from Carisbrooke, but it can be limited during the wet season

Why I love it
“The colours are breathtaking; reds, ochres, whites and shades of green, topped by the clearest of blue skies. During the wet everything is saturated, so the colours seem to “pop” so much more. One can easily find a spot to sit all day to contemplate life and marvel at the  beauty of this time-sculpted, ancient landscape.” – Ziggy Ziegler, The ResortImage by Ziggy Ziegler
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