We traveled through some lovely country and the super-tall bottle trees beside the track were a definite highlight.
When I saw "Boiling Springs Lookout" listed as a picnic stop on the tourist drive, I was keen to sit and view the springs. Yeah, well.
Upon arrival as far as I could see, there were no boiling springs. There were two steel posts where some signage might once have been supported and no picnic table, though there was a shelter.
On the edge of the clearing was a large rock upon a large base of brown, patterned cement and I walked over to see if that offered any information. Nup, it was just a rock. Nick called out, asking if was like the one near Eulo - which was what I'd been thinking, also!
Vaughan decided it was a great opportunity to harvest prickly pear fruit and given he is usually very picky about his food we foraged for tongs in the picnic case.
Although the drive was described as being a loop of 110 kilometres long with a suggested time of two and a half hours, we took a lot longer (and drove much further).
Some areas were not well marked and we needed to double-back later in the day. It was late in the day when lunch was finally eaten at a very nice picnic area beside the Jandowae dam. Vaughan offered prickly pear tasting as a finale. I was dubious but the taste was quite bland - and far, far more palatable than the snotty gobbles!!