22 NEW REASONS TO VISIT THE OUTBACK IN 2022 There’s even more to explore in Queensland’s backyard in 2022! If you’re the person who likes to try new things before anyone else has even heard of them, it’s time to add Outback Queensland to your travel list. Whether you come by road, rail or air, […]
When visiting Longreach with the kids, be sure to visit the Qantas Founders Museum. Not only will it educate the younger generation on Australia’s aviation history and what life was like before planes were commonplace, but they will have so much fun that they won’t want to leave! Here are the top four reasons why […]
If there was any doubt that an Outback Queensland summer is smokin’ hot - a quick glance at a thermometer settles all bets. Here's some tips to cool down.
Cloncurry aka "The Curry" is a small country town with a whole lotta spice. From learning about its history to enjoying its outback landscapes, here's how we recommend spending 48 hours in Cloncurry.
What does the milky way, Royal Flying Doctors, bilbies and red dirt have in common? You'll find them all in Charleville, Outback Queensland!
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.
For us, our arrival at Hughenden meant two things. Firstly, we were just over half way through our fantastic holiday. Secondly, for the first time in over a week, we would be heading towards home, rather than away from it. It was all going way too fast. Hughenden We started with a visit to the Flinders […]
The moment we’ve all been waiting for… the dinosaur dig! We made it to Richmond where I accidentally asked “who is ready for some dinosaur hunting?”. Don’t say that. The response was 3 slightly nervous 5 year olds looking up at me, with one asking “ummm, are they friendly dinosaurs Mama, will they eat us?”. “Sorry kids, it’s […]
We finally made it to Winton, the start of The Dinosaur Trail. I think the kids half expected to see dinosaurs roaming the streets, I’m not 100% sure that our kids fully understood what “The Dinosaur Trail” really meant. All I know is that Winton was the place that was responsible for my 5 year old […]