A QUAGMIRE of mud and deep ruts blanket the road, daring drivers to steer up the side of a channel bank to pass.
It's not a lonely road in a far-flung corner of the shire it's Bromley Road, the main access road between Hanwood and Tharbogang.
Regular users have demanded council take immediate action to fix a dangerous 700-metre stretch of the gravel road, warning it is a fatality waiting to happen.
It comes during an election campaign where the state of the region's roads has emerged as one of the key issues for voters.
Benerembah farmer Paul Condon said the section of Bromley Road between Lavender Bend and Walla Avenue was "an absolute disgrace".
"The state of the road is third world, it's that simple," Mr Condon said.
"This has been an ongoing saga for years and it's got to the point it's downright dangerous.
"I'm seriously concerned someone will drive into the channel."
He said the road, which was regularly used by both residents and farm vehicles, was also one of the main Kidman Way bypasses.
"Grape trucks and trucks going to the saleyard use this road a lot and in sections, your vehicle tilts 45 degrees just to get past," he said.
"It's not good enough for the rates I pay and these councillors running for the election need to have a good hard look at themselves.
"Who are they representing, themselves or ratepayers?"
Council's director of infrastructure and operations, Dallas Bibby, said engineers were "actively investigating" drainage issues on the road.
"We're investigating why so much water is pooling there and we're looking at putting a drainage pipe in," Mr Bibby said.