This location is the start of the 5,600km Dingo Fence, ending in South Australia. It is about 20km from the township of Jandowae, a town that has embraced the Dingo Fence as a feature of the town.
Originally built in the 1880s as a rabbit proof fence, Queensland first proposed in 1948 for the fence to be upgraded to keep out dingos and wild dogs from sheep farms, however, it wasn’t until the late 1950s for it to be built.
The Queensland dingo fence joins with the New South Wales border fence, and finally the South Australian dog fence to form the longest man-made structure in the world. The fence runs through Cameron Corner where the three states meet.
Follow the Dingo Tourist Drive to Boiling Springs Lookout , which is along the Dingo Fence.
To get there:
From Jandowae, head south along Dalby Jandowae Rd. After about 16km turn left into Lyndley Connection Rd and follow for 2.2km. Turn left into Lyndley Ln, the start of the dingo fence is 1.4km on the right.
From Dalby, head north along Warrego Hwy and turn right into Dalby Jandowae Rd towards Jandowae. After 31.2km turn right into Lyndley Connection Rd and follow for 2.2km. Turn left into Lyndley Ln, the start of the dingo fence is 1.4km on the right.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes