Meanwhile in the #outbackqueensland South West Region
The Roma on Bungil Gallery celebrates the second annual 2022 'Sculptures Out Back' Exhibition in the outdoor sculpture walk of art at Roma’s town entrance.
Come along and view all 19 sculptures that have entered into this years exhibition located on the eastern side of Roma beside the Warrego Highway from 3.00pm tomorrow until 22 October.
Judging will include the Hall Chadwick Emerging Artist prize worth $5,000, The Roma on Bungil Gallery People's Choice Prize worth $2,000 and the Roma Wire & Steel Acquisitive Garden Seat prize worth $2,000.
Image 6 - "A Bush Conversation" Sculpture by artist @dion_x_sculptures won last years People's Choice Awards.
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Covering an area of 5410ha, Porcupine Gorge National Park extends for more than 25km along Porcupine Creek, and includes surrounding open woodland and grassland.
The Kennedy Development road to Porcupine Gorge is fully sealed. The Gorge Lookout is 63km north of Hughenden and the Pyramid Lookout, campground, Rim Walk and Gorge Walk are another 11km further north.
Amazing photo by @overlandtravellers with @drivenorthqueensland
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Wilson River is a tributary of Cooper's Creek. The River passes through the land belonging to Nockatunga Station, which was originally settled by the Drynan brothers in 1868.
A large waterhole exists within the Wilson River adjacent to the Noccundra Hotel, and is referred to as the Noccundra Waterhole. This waterhole is a popular campsite for locals and visitors alike.
Great photo by @j9.travels
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Great video by @overlandtravellers with @drivenorthqueensland
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No place else we’d rather be than Outback Queensland!
The Barcoo Shire lays claim to the most exceptionally unique place in Australia and the world. It is the only place where two prominent and significate inland rivers, the Thomson and Barcoo meet to form a creek the Cooper Creek.
Rich in history, the Barcoo Shire has an outback experience to offer everyone. Along with unique rustic landscapes, distinctive flora and fauna, spectacular wildlife, freshwater fishing, golf, bird watching and stunning sunsets.
The welcoming three outback towns of Windorah, Jundah and Stonehenge can all be easily accessed via sealed roads and are located within a leisurely drive to the major towns of Longreach or Quilpie.
Beautiful reel via @visit_barcoo
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