January 5, 2010 - 5.0
Heading west, the fun starts just after Long Flat, when you begin the climb to the New England Tablelands. Pretty much finished at Gingers Creek, if you, like me, revel in tight corners.
... Unless, of course, you need to get back to Long Flat. I suspect youll find some excuse to turn around ;-)
Been on it about half a dozen times, & always found the road to be totally predictable - if you keep your concentration at its peak! Take care on the white lines, they get slippery at the lean angles youll be using.
Ive never seen a cop on it. Which doesn mean they don know about it, but who cares? You are not going to be speeding by much, as its very tight, and few places to set up a radar.
This road is the Aussie version of US129.