The 24 hour Rest Area is operated by Main Roads for driver fatigue management. It is well sign posted on Great Eastern Highway from the east and the west. It is situated in open eucalyptus woodland with camp fires, rubbish bins, two composting toilets and a black water dump for caravans. The toilets are maintained by volunteers from nearby Koora Retreat Centre. The site had old tips at the north of it. These legacy sites have been restored by volunteers from nearby Koora Retreat Centre and are recovering their health. A load of local mulch has been placed for any visitors to the site to volunteer and spread around the establishing local provenance seedlings. There is no water on site.
Photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Roger Sando in February 2015.