Onwards to Mount Huxley and Jukes Lookout along Jukes Road Queenstown.
The scenery along the way, some taken with the phone others with my Canon EOD750D.
When I lived at Queenstown there was a short road called Jukes Road.
We saw this road that led to the power station and we continued on having no idea where it would take us. What lovely views we were seeing along the way. It was rather a windy day, no phone access, no other cars, just no one, no shops, just my husband and I travelling along this fairly good sealed road to goodness knows to where.
Have no idea what the stream or river is called as it's not on a map, however it's close to the power station.
Of course we ended up in the middle of nowhere. Looking at the map of Tasmania one would think it would be filled with people but it's certainly not.
I admire your beautiful country and perfect pics!ReplyDelete
Thank you Ela. Good to hear from you :)Delete
Jukes Road has certainly enriched you with beautiful sights; the unnamed little river, Mt Huxley.ReplyDelete
Wonderful drive if you like mountains and rugged scenery Duta.Delete
You live in, and generously share, a very beautiful part of our country. Thank you.ReplyDelete
EC it's very different to mainland Australia including all Territories and all the States.Delete
You are welcome.
Sólo la Naturaleza y vosotros dos en ella. Preciosas vistas has contemplado en ella.ReplyDelete
Yes, just the two of us there was...thank you.Delete
Australia is such a beautiful country. I want to go on an unplanned trip with my wife now that I've seen this post. Not sure where but it doesn't really matter. It will be an adventure!ReplyDelete
A wonderful adventure John.Delete
Such lovely viewsReplyDelete
And there were more beautiful views Jo-Anne but not always from outside the vehicle..often on a corner that was blind and even though we were the only ones on the road, we didn't know that until be returned back to Queenstown.Delete
Still some water tainting. Interesting that you couldn't find a name for the river. Sometimes it is nice to just drive, not knowing where you are really going and what you will come across.ReplyDelete
Yes tainted for sure, probably goes into the King River but certainly not on the map, locals would know what it's called.Delete
We often go for drives in Tasmania not knowing where we are going to go...so much fun..once we nearly got lost, that was only a few years ago too...lol
Estou passando para deixar umReplyDelete
beijo, dizer boa noite e falar
que tudo corre bem por aqui nessa
Thanks for commenting.Delete
Take care and keep well.
Obrigado, deixa comigo.Delete
Look out, Queenstown...here I come! :)ReplyDelete
Stunning countryside...stunning photos. It's lovely to be in an area not inundated with people...being able to appreciate the beauty of Nature without interruption.
Again, thanks for sharing, Margaret. :)
You are welcome Lee.Delete
Very isolated out that way - not a house, just nothing Lee.
Yes for sure Catarina.Delete
Beautiful photos, what more can I say. Wish I was there as I feel like I need to get away.ReplyDelete
Heavens Rosie, I think all of Australia wish they could get away at this point of time...soon hopefully.Delete
That's a great place. Very nice to make a trip alomng these wonderful places.
Well if this is the road to nowhere I want to go to nowhere!ReplyDelete
Would be lots of birds there I expect to the road to nowhere.Delete
Beautiful view. I like the mountain view. Take care and stay safe.ReplyDelete
Lovely mountains there with nice views.Delete
Un precioso paseo. Besos.ReplyDelete
Lovely drive down that way in the wilderness.Delete
A Imagem, como venho dizendo,ReplyDelete
é linda. Quem é bonito faz
Lovely drive down that way.Delete
What beauty you found. Super views especially the one with the mountain.ReplyDelete
Had no idea that it was so beautiful there..certainly worth the drive.Delete
What a delightful road trip with some great viewss.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous views Rosemary.Delete
Buena cronica del viaje, amigaReplyDelete
your description of journey on this road is so tempting lolReplyDelete
such an enchanting rode trip dear Margaret ,it is good to cut of routine life once in while specially when you are traveling on such peaceful road :)
your captures are CAPTIVATING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!