RomaApril 25 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 24 °C
The township of Roma is 299meters above sea level and 476km by road from Brisbane and just over 1000kmsfrom where the Queensland, South Australia and Northern Territory borders meet and has a population of just over 7000. Roma is on the northern end of the Murray Darling Basin.
Roma is famous for its cattle with the biggest saleyards in the southern hemisphere. It is also famous for Queensland's biggest bottle tree, a relative to the boab tree of the far north Northern Territory and the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Oil and gas exploration are part of the region and of course The Queenslander house and pub !Read more