12-Mar-2018 -- From 32S 148E, I spent a long time driving diagonally north-eastward along a series of narrow rural roads - some paved; some gravel; some dirt - that reminded me just how sparsely-populated most of New South Wales is.
I ended up parking beside a paved country road - the Gulargambone-Baradin Road (what a mouthful!) - 650 metres southeast of the point. After crossing a barbed-wire fence, it was an easy hike across a grassy field to the point, that looked quite similar to 32S 148E that I had visited earlier in the day - except that this time, cattle were grazing nearby. Also, just north of the point there was a cattle feeding station, with a water trough and large bales of hay. This appears to be new since the last visit to this point, 11 years ago.