26-Nov-2014 -- From 31S 117E, I continued eastward through the vast farmlands of the Western Australian ‘wheatbelt’. After rejoining paved roads, I continued through the small farm towns of Wyalkatchem (thank goodness for ‘copy-and-paste’) and Trayning. Finally, I ended up on a paved road running west-east, just 130 metres south of the confluence point, which lies in a large, only-barely-grassy field. I found the barbed wire fence (between the field and the road) rather tricky to climb over.
I was surprised to discover that this confluence point had been visited only once before - almost 14 years ago - because although this location is quite remote, it is easy to visit. (However, I don’t recommend that people rush to visit this point, however, because it probably ranks among the most boring Degree Confluence Points that I've ever visited.)