Mount Isa – 1,826km north-west from Brisbane Get to know Mount Isa through some of its best attractions at Outback at Isa. This award-winning Visitor Information Centre is a hub for family fun with a huge range of experiences to keep everyone entertained. If you’re on the hunt for dinosaurs stop into the incredible Riversleigh […]
Bollon – 610km south-west from Brisbane Based in Bollon’s 140-year-old historic post office building, Nullawokka First Nations Gallery offers cultural tours, genuine Indigenous artworks, gifts, souvenirs and delicious bush tucker to take home as a reminder of your visit to Outback Queensland. Nullawokka, meaning ‘black tracks’, is owned and operated by proud Gwamu elder Bill […]
Near Winton, 1362km north-west from Brisbane Imagine being pampered in 21st-century style and comfort within an exquisite landscape known as Dinosaur Country and your dream will probably look very much like Rangelands Outback Camp! Located on a jump up (or mesa) on Rangelands Station, a working cattle property, this is ultra-luxe glamping at its best. […]
Ancient lands, ancient stories – Outback Queensland offers unique Indigenous experiences across the entire region. Learn about Aboriginal culture first-hand with tours and attractions that provide real insights into the past and present. There’s more demand than ever for authentic cultural experiences that celebrate the First Nations of Queensland. Here are a few ways you […]
EVENTS GALORE IN 2022! It’s not just Outback Queensland’s attractions and experiences that are popping up in 2022 – the Outback calendar is also jam-packed with quirky outback events. Along with Outback Queensland’s major annual events, here are five fantastic new events launching or returning in 2022. ORCHESTRAL LUMINESCENCE, 17 March 2022 Set amongst the […]
The ultimate Buckle List for Road to Rodeo Longreach has just dropped, so grab your boots and hat, it’s time to country! Boots, belts, buckles, a sense of adventure and a love of country are at the start of the Road to Rodeo Longreach MUST DO list (we call this the Buckle List, obvs). The home […]
It’s liquid gold. Seeping naturally through cracks in the rock, flowing into springs, shallow water tables, creeks and rivers, the freshwater of the Great Artesian Basin (GAB) is an Outback lifeline. One of the largest underground basins in the world, the GAB spans over one fifth of the Australian continent, nourishing inland communities and diverse […]
At first glance, Barcaldine, or Barcy (pronounced Bark-y) as she’s known to locals, has very little to do with a tree's bark, beyond the famous Tree of Knowledge.
If you're looking for a little holiday overindulgence, we recommend you put these places to eat in Longreach to the taste test.
Drop what you’re doing, pull out a flanno and grab your boots – it’s time to head west, central mid-west and Shandonvale Station to be precise.
Feeling hungry? Here's our favourite outback bakeries, pubs and restaurants to fuel up at.
Capture this list of classic Outback Queensland images to sprinkle your Instagram feed with.
Get to know Biloela which has some serious national parks cred.
While Outback Queensland may be known for its pub counter meals, foodies can rejoice and tour their taste buds out west with these dishes.
What does the milky way, Royal Flying Doctors, bilbies and red dirt have in common? You'll find them all in Charleville, Outback Queensland!