The Dowling Track is Four Wheel Drive experience linking Back ‘o’ Bourke and beyond to Quilpie in South West Queensland, total kilometres, 567.
The Cameron Corner loop is an ideal way to experience the real Outback, discover the history of the early pioneers and enjoy the wildlife.
The John Egan Pioneer Track highlights the ecological and cultural values of the Stonehenge town reserve.
Tambo's Wilderness Way is a self-drive tour through an area of rugged beauty, known as the ‘Roof of Queensland’.
One of Australia’s rarest plants, the Waddi Trees (Acacia puece) have spiky, needle-like leaves and thick bark. M
Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary is an important refuge for wildlife sitting at the heart of the Mulga lands bioregion.
In the vast savanna country, a sea of seasonal grasses conceals one of the earth’s longest flows of lava originating from a single volcano.
This remote park has dry, flat plains criss-crossed by watercourses and covered in open eucalypt, paperbark and acacia woodlands and grasslands. Moorrinya is a wildlife
Red sandplains and mulga scrubs give little hint to the lakes, rivers and wetlands that make Currawinya one of Australia’s most important inland waterbird habitats.
This is Queensland’s channel country, where flooding rains and devastating droughts are part of western Queensland life. Lochern has 20 kilometres of Thomson River frontage,
Towering cliffs of coloured sandstone, pockets of vine forest and deep permanent waterholes along Porcupine Creek contrast strikingly with the savanna plains surrounding Porcupine Gorge.
Experience the rich Indigenous and settler histories, replenishing waters and shimmering mirages, and stunning desert-like vistas of this unique park.
Munga-Thirri National Park, aka Simpson Desert, offers outstanding outback scenery of parallel wind-blown sand dunes and clumps of spinifex for intrepid outback explorers.
Lake Bindegolly National Park is a remote but accessible park on the edge of Queensland's channel country. This park is a bird and sunset-watcher's paradise,