First, go to the iBurst coverage map and explore the area of interest.
In this example, I found the best coverage at a colleague's house (in the "not covered" white area at the top of the map) was at the South side of his property.
On the coverage map we found a dark orange patch, not too far away to the South, this is probably the location of the base station.
Next, go to Google Maps and locate the area in the iBurst coverage map by searching for a prominent street name. Now enter street view by dragging the little orange man to a spot in Google Maps that corresponds to the centre of the dark orange patch in the iBurst coverage map and look around.
Here's our base station:
An iBurst base station usually has a distinctive 12-element antenna array:
Depending on the structure the array is mounted on, it seems that sometimes it may be split into two or four sections.
It is not always possible to see the antenna array from the Google Maps street view.
In the following example, the base station is probably located on top of this tall apartment block.