06-Dec-2013 -- Taking the New England highway north from Warwick, I passed through the small farm town of Allora, then turned right onto a narrow farm road, then left onto grassy Waglands Road, which ran north, passing 470 metres east of the confluence point.
From there it was an easy walk across a cattle pasture. The confluence point itself lay just on the other side of a barbed-wire fence, in an empty dirt field.
This area is flat and mostly featureless, with just some small hills in the distance. To the West, you can see traffic passing on the New England Highway.