Birdsville, between the sands of the Simpson Desert and the gibber plains of Sturt's Stony Desert..Charleville Information
Charleville is in the heart of Queensland's 'mulga country'. It is the largest town in the south..Longreach Information
Soak up the history and heritage that surrounds the legendary township of Longreach, home of the..Australian Workers Heritage Centre Info
Located in the iconic outback Queensland town of Barcaldine, the Australian Workers Heritage Centre..Mount Isa Information
Described as the Oasis of the Outback - a gleaming mirage on the horizon for travellers from all..Barcaldine Information
Barcaldine's charming facade, one that has earned it the tag of 'Garden City of the West' hides..Augathella Information
Augathella, with its fascinating history of bushrangers, bullockies and bullock teams, has some..Hughenden Information
Hughenden is located half-way between Townsville and Mount Isa on the Flinders Highway, North West..Julia Creek Information
Julia Creek is located on the Overlander's Way, the main route from Townsville that runs west to..Mitchell Information
Located on the Warrego Highway 587 kilometres west of Brisbane and 176 kilometres east of..Thargomindah Information
Follow the tracks of Cobb and Co. Fish mighty rivers like the Bulloo, Wilson and Paroo and Cooper's..See all locations in Outback Queensland
Blackall is where shearing legend, Jack Howe, set a world record shearing 321 sheep in seven hours and forty minutes with blade shears. It actually took another 58 years before anyone could match his feat and that was with machine shears.
The Blackall Woolscour, an historic wool washing plant which operated on steam from 1908 to 1978, is believed to be the only complete operation of its kind left in Australia, with the original steam machinery still in place. Outback characters bring the halls to life as they take you on a tour of the woolscour.
Blackall was named after Sir Samual Blackall, Queensland’s second Governor, and was discovered in 1846 by explorer Thomas Mitchell. Blackall is the home of the original Black Stump, which is the exact centre of a meridian square used by surveyors to align the borders of Queensland back in 1887.
In 1885 Blackall was the first town to start drilling an artesian bore. Today, visitors can relax, refresh and revive in the soothing artesian waters of the Blackall Aquatic Centre.
The Gold Coast is an amazing destination which offers a wide range of natural and man made..Tropical North Queensland Information
The tropical north is a natural wonderland. It’s the only place on the planet where two separate..Brisbane Region Information
Welcome to the sub tropical boomtown of Brisbane. The Queensland capital is a place that feels..Sunshine Coast Information
This is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most beautiful regions. There beaches are magnificent..Surfers Paradise Information
This famous stretch of ocean is perfect for swimming, while on shore cafes, restaurants and bars..Whitsundays Information
Rising out of the clear, blue waters in the heart of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, there is an..Cairns Information
Cairns is the heart of Tropical North Queensland and Australia’s primary gateway to the Great..Great Barrier Reef Information
At over 2,600 kilometres (1,600 miles) from north to south, up to 65 kilometres (40 miles) wide and..Port Douglas Information
Port Douglas in Tropical North Queensland is one of Queensland’s premier holiday destinations...See all locations in Queensland