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Queensland Outback

Our Queensland Outback section covers all the areas inland, some are very popular and some are what we like to call "Hidden Treasures" mainly because they remain largely unkown to visitors. Make no mistake there are areas of the outback that tourists shouldn't go without an expert guide, but there are also some fantastic experiences to be had as well.


Charleville in the Queensland Outback, lies in the heart of Queensland's 'mulga country'. It is the largest town in the south...


Outback Queensland for many people conjures up images of a stark landscape, hot dry and dusty plains that go on seemingly forever. For many...

Mount Isa

Mount Isa might be a Queensland Outback City, (and proud of it) but that doesn’t mean it’s short on things to see and do. The fact...


Rockhampton is known as the Beef Capital of Australia and is located on the Tropic of Capricorn on the coast of Central Queensland. Rockhampton...


Roma was the first place in Australia to discover petroleum and gas in 1900, when a water bore intersected a natural gas field. Because of this...


Queensland Dam Water Release
The Queensland Government approved mass release of water from Wivenhoe Dam will begin today, despite state bureaucrats warning that the move could put Brisbane's water security in jeopardy.
Strategic Blow
As Qantas continues to battle with it's unions and tries to regain its reputation in the wake of its industrial dispute Australia's newest airline is preparing a major assault on the market.
La Nina Again
The latest weather bureau report predicting another summer of wild weather will force the Queensland Government to open the floodgates on major dams.