BOSS'S GORGE - 80km North of Adavale
A spectacular, easily accessed natural feature on the Adavale to Blackall Road.
Consisting of pyroclastic or sedimentary (unsure) rock constantly eroded by water flows following rain. Fresh erosion is clearly evident.
The Gorge is approximately 30 metres deep with lush eucalypt forest lining the water holes and tributary of Log Creek.
GREAT CARE should be taken to ensure your vehicle remains well back from the precipice as it may give way under the extra weight.
Fissures are clearly visible and indicative of the area's fragile and dangerous nature above and below the precipice.
Well worth a visit.


Looking into the Gorge from above the three metre precipice.


Your vehicle should remain well back from the precipice.


Fissures are indicative of the area's fragile and dangerous nature.


Fresh erosion is clearly evident.


View North, from the base, of the three metre precipice.


View South from the same position.


Look for these on the left c.a.80km north of Adavale.


Look for these on the right c.a.140km South of Blackall.