23-Nov-2015 -- We had been planning to go camping in the Lower Glenelg National Park for some time. Whilst looking at maps of the area I noticed it was near a confluence point.
As we were up for a walk and it had been quite a few years since my last confluence visit - we decided to make an adventure of it.
We drove to within 850 odd metres of the confluence point on a little side track off the road north of Nelson. From there we walked along what was initially an overgrown track, that quickly became virgin bushland. We stumbled through plenty of grass-trees and other bush and eventually came upon the confluence point.
After a bit of close range confluence point hunting - I managed to snap a pic of the GPS spot on the confluence point. Andrina took a shot of the confluence point with me standing in it (sorry about that) as it was a rather overgrown area. I then took the obligatory North, East, South and West pics to finish things off.
The walk back to the car was a bit easier as we managed to find a bit of clearer bush to walk through. A really pleasant way to spend an hour.