Any place which boasts having the most densely ”netted area” in the world may frighten off anglers. The land which is under these nets grows fruit and veggies. The reinforced netting is erected to help avoid damage from hailstones, one of the negatives about fruit growing in a hail prone area.
Note the name: it”s French, and as with a number of villages along the Armistice Way (Amiens Road), in the Southern Downs, such names in these soldier settlement areas help commemorate the selfless contributions made by the men and women who served in France during World War 1. Pozieres is about 5 kilometres west of the New England Highway, with the turnoff to the south of Dalveen.