17-Jan-2021 -- My final visit to a Degree Confluence Point during my trip through rural Queensland was a return visit to this point that I had previously visited almost seven years earlier, in February 2014. As before, from the Warrego Highway between Miles and Dalby, I turned South onto Logie Road, and then left onto a narrow doubletrack farm road.
In 2014, I was able to take this farm road to within 50 metres of the point. This time, however, there was a locked gate about 300 metres from the point, requiring a slightly longer hike.
As before, the point lies in a farm field, just north of a creek (the Condamine River). (Coincidentally, the Condamine River also runs just south of the next point to the west, [-27,150], that I had visited a few days earlier.) Seven years ago, the farm field contained some piles of cut logs, but with several trees still growing nearby. Since then, however, all of these remaining trees have been cut, leaving more log piles lying in the field. (The Degree Confluence point is next to one of these log piles.) Now, the only remaining growing trees nearby are South of the farm field, between a barbed-wire fence and the Condamine River.
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.