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Queensland’s Outback –
Adventure out there!
There’s never been a better time to discover the magic of Queensland’s Outback. Enjoy the freedom of travelling at your own pace and experience the people, the places and the wide open spaces of this magnificent region. It’s time to adventure out there!
Travelling with a caravan or motorhome in Queensland’s Outback is easy. All major roads are sealed and well sign-posted, with most towns no more than two hours apart. The Matilda Highway will take you all the way from Barringun on the New South Wales border to Karumba, passing through many great outback towns along the way. Running from Townsville to Tennant Creek, the Overlander’s Way follows the route of our pioneers across north west Queensland.
For those wishing to adventure a little further there are many sealed byways and loops that can be incorporated into your itinerary to enable you to immerse yourself in outback life.
Most Outback Queensland towns have caravan parks, many with cabins. However, for a true taste of outback life, why not stay a few nights at one of the many stations that also offer caravan facilities?
Queensland’s Outback has it all – from the magnificent natural diversity of the Channel Country in the south west, the heritage-rich Matilda Country of the central west and the ancient lands of the Dinosaur, Fossil and Mining Country in the north west. But perhaps the best part of your outback adventure will be the warm country hospitality of the people you meet. Queensland’s outback is a place where characters share a yarn and people stop and say “g’day”.
There’s plenty to do in Queensland’s Outback! Wet a line in a billabong, try your luck fossicking for opals, go digging for prehistoric treasures, marvel at the brilliant night skies, explore the many natural wonders or simply sit back and enjoy a peaceful Outback sunset. To make the most of your visit, it’s also a great idea to join a local tour which will provide the benefit of a local’s knowledge and access to areas you can’t get to on your own.
This amazing region has a range of Outback experiences and attractions that convey the history and heritage of the destination. Visitors can discover the attractions of the Queensland Heritage Trails Network, encompassing everything from historical landmarks to true-blue Aussie experiences – as well as a surprise or two along the way.
It’s all waiting to be discovered by you – today’s Outback adventurer!