Karunjie Road

by Lars Wetselaar
(Canberra)

Karunjie flats.

Karunjie flats.

Hi Birgit,
Even though I took this 'road' in 2013, after a brief reminder from another post, I thought I'd add this snap for anyone either contemplating driving it and to complement the images already there.
Also recommend the Duncan Road, and in particular Marella Falls.
Recently back from an anti-clockwise spin around Oz. Not the last one either!
Cheers

Hi Lars,
Great shot! Bummer the software displays it so small. I am sure it would look even awesomer at full screen width.

(Sorry it's taken me so long to publish. For some reason I didn't get notified about your submission. Just found it by accident.)

Wishing you all the best for your future laps!
Birgit

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