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ABOUT Adavale

Once a thriving town and business centre of the Quilpie Shire, Adavale’s population has dwindled to around 15 today. Changing the planned railway line from Adavale to what is now Quilpie, was the beginning of the end for this pioneering town’s prosperity. Graves dating from the early 1800s are a testament to the harsh Outback lifestyle and daily struggle of the early settlers.

The locals have done a marvellous job celebrating their history, culture and dry Outback humour. A mini museum in the old butcher house displays local relics from over a century ago and the historical town walk and Police Museum are a must see! Annual events include the Rodeo and Gymkhana.

Places to stay near Adavale

Things to see and do near Adavale

While at Adavale why not try these Tours

Eromanga Natural History Museum

127 km

The Eromanga Natural History Museum is committed to discovering, conserving and showcasing the fossil, natural and cultural heritage from the prehistoric and modern-day environments.

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Travel West Outback Tours

156 km

Travel West operate Four Wheel Drive Motel Accommodated Tag Along Tours to Birdsville, Innamincka and the Corner Country.

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Outback Date Farms

158 km

Outback Date Farms is an Australian, family run enterprise based in Charleville, Queensland. We grow delicious eating dates. The farm is environmentally friendly, utilising recycled

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Charleville Bilby Experience

159 km

See bilbies in their nocturnal house and learn how our breeding facilities are making a massive difference at saving them from extinction.

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Charleville’s ‘Magnificent 7’

159 km

Discover stars, WWII secrets and bilbies for starters on Charleville’s ‘Magnificent 7’ day tour in Outback Queensland. Morning tea, lunch and transfers included.

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WWII Secret Tag-A-Long Tour – Charleville

160 km

Discover why over 3500 United States Army Air Force personnel were stationed in Charleville during World War II.

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Desert Gateway Dirt Bike Tours

238 km

Follow in the footsteps of Burke and Wills and explore some of the country’s most untouched and unique tracks where very few dare to venture.

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Outback Pioneers

289 km

Outback Pioneers’ award-winning outback tours and experiences, based in Longreach, is all about holidays and experiences that bring the pioneer past to life.

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Outback Aussie Tours – Day Tours

289 km

Outback Aussie Tours is a family-owned local operator with over 35 years of experience and unrivalled local Outback Queensland knowledge, passion and connections.

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Outback Aussie Tours – Outback Rail Adventure Day Tours

289 km

The Outback Rail Adventure is Outback Aussie Tours’ newest tourism experience reconnecting our visitors with the romance of rail.

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Outback Aussie Tours – Extended Tours

289 km

Explore Outback Queensland and beyond with Outback Aussie Tours, a multi-award winning touring company and Savannah Guides accredited operator.

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Queensland Helicopters

338 km

Queensland Helicopters is a family owned business that prides itself on customer service and safety.

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Local Stories

Outback Pioneers in Longreach

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Cloncurry, home of the 2021 Australian Survivor TV Series

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Nothing was stopping this mumma’s baby growing up to be a cowboy!

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Accessible Outback at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs

With tailored accessible accommodation and thrilling experiences, you can embark on an accessible Outback Queensland journey that promises excitement and great memories. The town of Winton is the home of Banjo Patterson’s ‘Waltzing Matilda’, Boulder opals, the quirky Winton Music Fence, and a fantastic array of events so there’s plenty to see and do. It’s […]

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6 New Things to See and Do in Charleville

Charleville screams adventure! Whether you’re stargazing at the Cosmos Centre, fishing on the banks of peaceful rivers, visiting the cute and cuddly wildlife or enjoying a delicious morning tea on a fully working date plantation, there really is something for everyone! Add these new Charleville region experiences to your Outback Queensland must-do list.  WWII Secret Base Enlist in the […]

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30 Reasons to Love Tambo Teddies

Have you ever visited the teddy capital of Australia? If you haven’t, then you better pack the car and get tracking to the outback town of Tambo, where the famous Tambo Teddies have called home since 1993. In celebration of the 2023 Tambo Teddies 30th Anniversary, here are 30 reasons to love these cuddly little creatures. […]

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Outback at Isa

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 […]

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Kronosaurus Korner Museum

Richmond – 1,252km north-west from Brisbane The Kronosaurus Korner Museum is another unmissable stop on Outback Queensland’s unique and exciting dinosaur trail. Located in an area that was once an inland sea, the museum is home to marine species, pterosaurs, birds, fish, crustaceans, cephalopods, gastropods, plants, bivalves and echinoderms all found in the Richmond area. […]

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Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum

Winton – 1,355km west from Brisbane No-one in the world creates dinosaur experiences like Outback Queensland and the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum is among the world’s best paleo-themed adventures. Here you can browse the world’s largest Australian dinosaur fossil collection, learn where and how dinosaur bones are discovered and watch the Preparation Laboratory get […]

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Stockmans Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre

Longreach – 1,179km north-west from Brisbane Retrace their footsteps and celebrate the lives, work and achievements of Australia’s stockmen and women at the award-winning Stockman’s Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre. Through its huge collection of heritage memorabilia and interactive displays the museum shares the fascinating stories of the many different people who lived […]

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The Big Rig

Roma – 479km west from Brisbane Have fun and learn about the origins of Australia’s multi-billion-dollar oil and gas industry at the amazing Big Rig! Along with original machinery, early rigs and the ‘Oil Patch’ prize challenge for the kids, you can climb the 40-metre tower for incredible views of the Outback landscape and enjoy […]

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John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery

Cloncurry – 1,705km north-west from Brisbane Discover the humble beginnings of the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), one of the largest and most respected aeromedical services in the world. Named in tribute to the service’s founder, the John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery provides a fascinating insight into RFDS history from its conception and […]

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9 Outback Characters to Meet in Longreach

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4 Places to stay around Carnarvon Gorge

Imagine a national park filled with grassy plains, tranquil creeks flowing through lush forest, and giant rocky arches and cliffs – don’t just dream about it, find it in this sandstone sanctuary, Carnarvon Gorge. It’s hidden away in the Central Highlands (inland from Rockhampton) where the bustling country towns make way for mountain ranges, rocky escarpments and deep gorges. Sleep […]

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Dreamtime Culture – Indigenous Experiences in Outback Queensland

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Outback Road Trip to Charlotte Plains and Cunnamulla

Pack the kids and the car! Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and see the best of Outback Queensland. Experience an unreal and fun family adventure from Brisbane to Cunnamulla, including a farm stay at Charlotte Plains! A perfect trip for the whole family to enjoy a taste of Outback life.   Brisbane to […]

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Outback heritage at Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame

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Travelling with Kids in Outback Queensland

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Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival Guide for 2022

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New 2022 Events and Festivals

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The 2022 Road to Rodeo Longreach Buckle List

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Family Fossicking Fun in Outback Queensland

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The TOP 10 FREE Things to do in Outback Queensland

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A first timer’s guide to Outback Queensland

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10 things I bet you didn’t know about Outback Queensland #PART 1

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Outback Pioneers in Longreach

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6 wildlife to spot in Outback Queensland

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Cloncurry, home of the 2021 Australian Survivor TV Series

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6 road trips that’ll have the kids forgetting the beach

  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 […]

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Scrub up at Eulo’s Artesian Mud Baths

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 […]

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The Wacky, the Weird and the Wonderful of Outback Queensland

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Four reasons why kids love the Qantas Founders Museum

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Follow The Art: The Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail

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8 ways to survive an Outback Queensland summer

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.

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5 best fishing spots in Outback Queensland

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Cast your eyes over these top 5 fishing spots.

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9 tips to ensure a safe road trip in Outback Queensland

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10 Things to Do in Roma

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8 free camping spots in Outback Queensland

Save your dollars on accommodation with some of Outback Queensland’s best free camping.

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9 things you didn’t know about the Outback sky

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10 Reasons to visit the Qantas Founders Museum in 2020

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Outback Tracks: A Different Day at the Races

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The ultimate guide to Station Stays in Outback Queensland

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7 unusual town names in Outback Queensland

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Family Fossicking Fun in Outback Queensland

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Seven Farm Stay Stations for Families in Outback Queensland

Look Mummy – there’s a nose coming through the fence! It snorts and sniffs, and my youngest child is concerned. I reassure him, “He’s just checking you are friendly and safe.” Unfortunately, I’ve had no time to investigate this sniffing beast and prepare to answer my son’s next question, “How do you know it’s a […]

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Soaking in Outback Queensland

I breathe in deep and make a wish, my third tonight. Above, an effervescent green and yellow glow blazes through a million stars set against the velvet black sky. I dare not close my eyes; the scene is too dazzling to miss a mere millisecond. The serenity envelopes me and I wriggle my toes in […]

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Galleries & public art in the outback

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Find your perfect Outback road trip

Choosing which road to take in an area that’s over twice the size of California (901,575km2 to be precise), can be a little overwhelming at the best of times. Throw in niche interests like dinosaurs, endurance events and pioneering history, and the decision of which of the nine drive routes you’re going to take becomes […]

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5 days following the Natural Sciences Loop

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