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Quilpie, QLD

A stay in Quilpie can be as busy or as relaxing as you choose. Picnic at beautiful Lake Houdraman, catch a yellow belly or some yabbies in the river or swim a few lazy laps of the newly renovated Aquatic Centre. Sit back and enjoy the unique flora and fauna throughout the surrounding countryside. Those […]

Thargomindah, QLD

Thargomindah is situated along the Adventure Way, and lies on the banks of the Bulloo River approximately 200 kilometres west of Cunnamulla, and 1,100 kilometres west of Brisbane. The road is sealed to Thargomindah, with only a 45-kilometre stretch remaining to be sealed to the historic Burke and Wills “Dig Tree” on Cooper Creek at […]

Burke and Wills Dig Tree, Nappa Merrie Station

The Burke and Wills ‘Dig Tree’ is one of Australia’s national icons and an enduring reminder of our pioneering spirit. Nappa Merrie Station is proud to officially manage the site on behalf of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland. Located on the Northern bank of Coopers Creek the ‘Dig Tree’ is a Coolibah (Eucalyptus microtha). […]

Top 5 Stops along the Warrego Way Drive

The Warrego Way starts in Brisbane and makes it way west to the iconic and remote Birdsville, deep in the Queensland outback. Along the way, you can see ancient trees from the dinosaur age, endangered mammals, unwind in the soothing waters of a sub artesian basin, delight in yarns told over cold beers in a […]

Lady Musgrave Island

If sleeping out under stars is more your style, then Lady Musgrave must be your next port of call. It is one of the few islands anywhere along the entire Great Barrier Reef where you can swim, snorkel and dive by day and camp out by night. The island is set on 3000 acres of […]

Charleville, QLD

Immortalised in Slim Dusty’s song by the same name, Charleville is the largest town in Queensland’s south-west and is a hub for visitors and pastoralists alike. In the heart of ‘mulga country’, Charleville and surrounding pastoral properties are rich in history, flora and fauna. Meander along the Charleville Heritage Trail to see some impressive examples […]

Roma, QLD

Only 350 kilometres north-west of Toowoomba, Roma is sometimes referred to as the ‘gateway to the outback’. Home to the southern hemisphere’s largest sale yards, visitors can get a feel for the outback by perching on a fence or taking a coveted possie on the viewing platform to watch the action at Roma Saleyards. Be […]

Birdsville, QLD

At the end of the famous Birdsville Track is the frontier town of Birdsville. Deep in the heart of the wild and isolated country, Birdsville is situated between the eastern edge of the Simpson Desert, the vast gibber plains of Sturt’s Stony Desert to the south and rich Channel Country to the north. Once a […]

Cordillo Downs Woolshed

There are two main routes between Birdsville and Innimincka – the locals use both, although this route – the Cordillo Downs track, is the preferred. The Cordillo Downs track is an interesting trek with worthwhile stops to explore ruins of old buildings. We suggest that this trek will take 2 days, that’s because the fatigue and stress of attempting to […]

Explore BarraCrab Caravan Park, Clairview

There are lots of ways to enjoy a caravan adventure. Just getting away from it all and putting your feet up is enough for some. Then there are others who truly want to use their home away from home to deliver them life experiences they just can’t get living in suburbia. Now it has taken […]