Get prepared for an adventure on and off the racetrack when you head to the iconic Boulia Camel Races this July.
File away these boredom-busting free-family activities in Outback Queensland for next time someone says “I’m bored”.
With kilometres upon kilometres of untamed wilderness, it's no surprise that Outback Queensland is a wildlife oasis for animals big and small. Here's your guide to the top six wildlife to spot.
Let’s be honest; you don’t ever hear the kids screaming, “Muuum not another beach holiday, please!” But what if patting a dinosaur, learning to crack a stockwhip, or sitting in the cockpit of a 747 aircraft was on their radar? Hide the boogie boards, queue the playlist and stock up on snacks for a […]
Visitors from far and wide flock to Queensland’s Outback in numbers to seek the warmer weather during the cooler months. It’s not only the temperature that causes this mass migration phenomenon, the sounds of country music at The Big Red Bash and Eulo’s local music festival Music In the Mulga add to this fly-in of […]
Whether you’re a history buff, an adventurous bushwalker or a sports fanatic, everyone loves to check out something ‘different’. Here’s 10 of Outback Queensland’s wacky, weird and wonderful things that you should add to your trip. 1. World War II Underground Hospital in Mount Isa While it may resemble a hobbits home in Middle-earth, this […]
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.
Capture this list of classic Outback Queensland images to sprinkle your Instagram feed with.
Scrap the beach and spend your school holidays in Outback Queensland. There's plenty to see and do, and the kids might learn a thing or to!
For a town of 3000 people, Longreach punches well above its population-weight when it comes to things to see and do. Wearing the title ‘heart of the Outback’ there’s lots to love about Longreach with its stockmen, shearers, sunsets and big blue skies. Whether you’re here for a weekend or four week stay, these are […]
North west of Mount Isa, stay at Adels Grove to explore Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park - a dream outback oasis.
What does the milky way, Royal Flying Doctors, bilbies and red dirt have in common? You'll find them all in Charleville, Outback Queensland!
Save time on your Outback Queensland holiday when you fly with Rex Airlines from Brisbane to Birdsville, Cairns to Burketown or Townsville to Longreach.
Here are 9 scenic lookouts guaranteed to help you fully discover Outback Queensland's endless horizons and ancient landscapes.
Ask anyone about Barcaldine - and they'll usually be able to tell you something about the tree. The famous tree is in fact, the Tree of Knowledge, which came into its prime in 1891 when it played a role in the Great Shearers Strike, which led to the birth of the Australian Labor Party.