Travelling through Queensland’s Outback will take you to iconic sights and towns that have played a major role in shaping the Australian way of life.
Embark on an unforgettable adventure through Outback Queensland. Discover Australia’s pioneering history, enjoy a taste of local flavours at iconic Outback pubs and travel through the stunning scenery of the Great Dividing Range.
Scattered across the region are colourful towns that boast tales of Australia’s heritage. Longreach tells the history of Australian aviation at the QANTAS Founders Outback Museum. The Stockman’s Hall of Fame allows you to relive the country’s early bush history.
The town of Winton plays a leading role in Australia’s heritage, for it is where bush poet Banjo Paterson wrote ‘Waltzing Matilda’. It is also home to the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum.
Explore iconic Outback Queensland pubs, such as the Walkabout Creek Hotel at McKinlay, from Crocodile Dundee fame. There’s no better place to meet the quirky characters that embody the Outback spirit that at the 'local'.
Discover the perfectly preserved site of the only known dinosaur stampede on the planet at the Lark Quarry Conservation Park. Thousands of dinosaurs footprints from around 95 million years ago have ago have been immortalised in stone for all to see.