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Doomadgee

Doomadgee offers a good service point on the Savannah way west of Burketown (138 kilometres from the Northern Territory border). You can top up fuel and supplies at the supermarket and bakery. There is a police station, a hospital services, a commercial airstrip, a community guesthouse and a post office.

This community was originally established near Point Parker by the Brethren sect as a mission and later moved south to its present location close to the Nicholson River waterholes.

Doomadgee has an Alcohol Management Plan (AMP). AMPs aim to reduce alcohol-related violence.

AMPs vary from community to community. They include alcohol restrictions, home brew bans and dry place declarations which operate within a defined boundary, known as a 'restricted area'. These strategies set the quantity and type of alcohol you may possess in the restricted area.

Penalties apply for possessing or attempting to bring illegal alcohol into a restricted area.

To find out more about AMPs for each community, visit the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Multicultural Affairs web site.

Doomadgee, Burke Area
Queensland
Australia

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Frog and Toad Bar and Grill

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
The Frog and Toad is the signature dining destination at the Buffs Club in Mt Isa. A casual restaurant, choose to dine indoors or on the open-air deck overlooking the tranquil water feature in the garden. The menu champions fresh produce and high quality proteins, from the char-grilled barramundi to the Black Angus rump steak.

Abyssinian Cafe

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
Located within the Townview Motel, on the corner of Kookaburra St and Marian St Mt Isa, is the Abyssian Cafe. Open daily, the cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner to motel guests and the general public. The eclectic, quirky menu features traditional Ethiopian cuisine and a full range of traditional Australian meals, as well as Indian Food. Look for the red cottage-style building – you may even recognise it from appearances on SBS TV.

Croc and Crab Tours Karumba

Multiple Locations
From AU$65.00 - 119.00
This is the full gulf experience in one trip with Croc and Crab Tours Karumba. Travel with them onboard their fully shaded luxury vessel, where they ensure an exciting 45 kilometre outback by the sea, calm water adventure. Crab in the morning with the professionals who have over 17 years in commercial crabbing throughout Queensland. Enjoy live crab pot lifting, handling and crab tying, crocodile spotting (a must) and bird spotting whilst enjoying the sample of the local gulf products of Queensland mud crab and local gulf banana prawns onboard, with cold ice refreshments. Maybe their luxury sunset cruise is also to your liking. Experience Karumba from the water and watch the sky and sea turn into fire with this peaceful and relaxing cruise. Local gulf seafood is served along with ice cold refreshments and a tropical fruit platter. This is sure to be a memorable evening in your outback bythe sea adventure. Come along and join them onboard. They look forward to meeting you soon.

Livingstones Restaurant

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
Livingstone's is one of Mt Isa's most renowned bistro's, set three levels high with sweeping views of the city. The rustic menu is Modern Australian with European influences, offering substantial, satisfying meals. A perfect spot for a relaxed meal, guests dine on the likes of roast marinaded quail with potato rosti, leek mornay and blueberry glaze, to Louisiana spiced chicken breast with sweet potato croquettes and blue cheese sauce.

Outback At Isa

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
Free Entry
Outback at Isa is the hub of Tourism in North West Queensland. Your one stop shop to explore what the region has to offer. They are an award winning visitor information centre, and run the Hard Times Underground Mine Tours, Riversleigh Fossil Centre, The Isa Experience, The Outback Park and Art Gallery. The Hard Times Mine is a unique underground mining experience in a mine built and operated by real miners that provides a rare opportunity to get up close and experience first hand the daily life and workings of an underground mine. The Isa Experience Gallery is an interactive, multi-media gallery interpreting the region's fascinating cultural, indigenous, pioneering and mining heritage. The Riversleigh Fossil Centre interprets the fossils extracted from the nearby World-Heritage Riversleigh fossil fields. Themed and designed to showcase the endemic plants of the region, Outback Park is a two hectare landscaped park featuring a beautiful lagoon and waterfall. Outback at Isa has the latest information on roads and weather, plus advice on where to go when starting your outback journey. There are WIFI facilities, a café serving meals and coffee, and find something unique in their Explorers Gift Shop.

Kerry D Fishing

Multiple Locations
From AU$110.00 - 250.00
For a great day out fishing in the Gulf of Carpentaria! Kerry D is a locally owned and operated family run fishing charter business in Karumba. They depart daily and offer half and full day all inclusive fishing trips suitable for all ages. The boats are easy to board, fish all round, comfortable to travel in, they have full shade canopy, toilet on board and are very stable vessels that are specifically designed for this area. Your skipper, local owner Darryl, will take you out to get hooked on the many species that inhabit the gulf waters, from the mighty fighting Mackerel and King Salmon to the great Southern Gulf Barra. All fishing gear - quality bait, shimano bait runner reels, abu rods and an assortment of tackle is included in your half or full day fishing expedition. Kerry D Fishing look forward to seeing you on board for a great day out! For bookings phone your hosts Daz and Sandy in Karumba.

RedEarth Restaurant

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
The Red Earth Hotel on Miles Street, Mt Isa, prides itself on providing high standard regional hospitality. Located on the ground floor, the Red Earth Restaurant is heritage in style, with a charming intimate and cosy ambience. Décor features chandeliers and gold fittings coupled with imported Indonesian furniture. Fresh seafood is brought in directly from the Gulf of Carpentaria and menus are changed seasonally to ensure the finest ingredients.

Boulia to Cloncurry Scenic Drive

Duchess, Cloncurry Area
Free Entry
This scenic drive is a pleasant alternative route between Cloncurry and Boulia. Pass through Malbon (the junction for the Kuridala-Selwyn railway) and the old town sites of Kuridala and Selwyn. Stop in at Duchess where only the hotel remains in this once-busy railway and mining town. Follow in the footsteps of Burke and Wills to the marked tree. This once was a Cobb and Co route for travellers of yesteryear. The road is approximately 340 kilometres long and will take approximately one day to complete. This road is only suitable for high clearance vehicles.

Lawn Hill Circuit

Lawn Hill, Burke Area
Free Entry
This circuit travels through a variety of differing landscapes through the heart of the Gulf Savannah. Discover hidden oases where pandanus palms and giant paperbarks border crystal clear waters. Rare fossils of long-extinct species are scattered throughout the awe inspiring geology. Remnants of aboriginal tradition express the ancient connection these people have with the land. Sites of pioneering heritage can also be visited. Canoeing along Lawn Hill Gorge in Boodjamulla National Park is a definite highlight of this trip. The trip is approximately 570 kilometres long and will take approximately five days to complete (this includes a couple of days at Lawn Hill National Park). Some of the river crossings require car and passes through private property.
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This exceptional park features spectacular gorge country, including the lush oasis of Lawn Hill Gorge, sandstone ranges and World Heritage fossils. One of Queensland's most scenic national parks, it is home to abundant and diverse wildlife. The Riversleigh fossil deposits, part of the Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Riversleigh/Naracoorte) World Heritage Area, are among the richest and most extensive in the world. Bush camp in the gorge's popular camping area. Paddle a canoe through the mirror-like waters of the gorge and look for birds such as purple-crowned fairy-wrens and crimson finches along the creek edge, and turtles in the creek. Explore the gorge and sandstone ridges on one of the many walking tracks of varying length and difficulty. Find out about the Aboriginal heritage of the gorge and the Dreamtime story of Boodjamulla. Travel to Riversleigh to discover ancient yet amazingly well-preserved fossils of turtles, birds and mammals on the Riversleigh Fossil trail.
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