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Hungerford

the Outback town of Hungerford is located on the Queensland and New South Wales border. You can open a gate in the Dingo Fence and go from one state to the other.

The town was named after Irish pioneer pastoralist Thomas Hungerford. The Royal Mail Hotel was established in 1873 and from 1875 was a staging post for Cobb and Co. It is still a licensed Hotel today.

Don’t miss the Hungerford Horse and Motorbike Gymkhana in October each year and the Biannual Field Day.

Hungerford, Bulloo Area
Queensland
Australia

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Fun Over 50 Travel and Tours

Multiple Locations
From AU$990.00 - 5200.00
Choose a fully escorted tour from a selection of Coastal and Outback experiences throughout Queensland. Fun Over 50 Queensland tours offer `Gold Class' coach tours and rail tours that have been specifically designed for the 50s plus market. Tours range from three days to 13 days and are fully inclusive of meals, accommodation and attractions. Fun Over 50 engage fully qualified guides at iconic attractions/locations that enhance your tourism experience. Join the friendly and professional on-board crew and learn about Queensland's hidden secrets through the commentary of your expert Coach Captain.

Oz Outback Adventure Tours

Multiple Locations
From AU$2495.00 - 3949.00
Oz Outback Adventure Tours offers a truly unique experience to help give you the opportunity to better understand and appreciate just how amazingly beautiful and diverse our country is. Their very popular extended tours have been specifically designed to give you memories that will last a lifetime, and inspire you to further explore so much more of their great land. Oz Outback Adventure Tours sole focus is you. They are so lucky to have Queensland as their 'Backyard' and they feel privileged to be able to share with you some of their favourite destinations. Their vision of giving you an experience you will forever cherish by personally sharing their vast knowledge and bush skills will ensure your journey of a lifetime will be etched in your memory forever. It is their wish that the tours will put a smile on your face for so many years to come as you reminisce about your time with them. They love what they do and they are very proud and very passionate about their country and the destinations they take you to. They look forward to meeting you and being part of your Queensland Outback Adventure experience with Oz Outback Adventure Tours.

Travel West

Multiple Locations
From AU$15.00 - 14497.00
Travel West is a professional tour operator and licensed Travel Agent catering for non-smokers only. Owners, Graham and Deb pride themselves in operating well planned tours specialising in nature-based experiences, Australian history, especially Burke and Wills, and outback characters. Travel West operate Four Wheel Drive Motel Accommodated Tag Along Tours to Birdsville, Innamincka and the Corner Country. Travel West's Lake Eyre in a Day package from Brisbane is once again available - first flight Saturday 18 April, departing the Brisbane Jet Base at 7.30am. Travel West offers 16 people an exciting 11-Day Air Safari to Central Australia and the Kimberley to see Outback icons like Uluru and the amazing Horizontal Falls and also fly over Lake Eyre. Graham has a wealth of knowledge about the outback, having driven road trains through the Kimberley and Northern Territory and also driving touring coaches in Australia and Europe. He is passionate about the outback and western river systems and provides excellent and interesting commentary on their tours. Deb has spent many years in tourism, working in Inbound, for Sunlover Holidays and Tourism Queensland before joining Travel West. Deb's attention to detail is evident in the smooth running of tours.
From AU$110.00 - 1990.00
Flinders Ranges and Outback Air Charter are a scenic flight company based in Blinman, South Australia. They have developed a range of spectacular flight itineraries to Lake Eyre, Cooper Creek, Innamincka, Birdsville, Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges, the Gammon Ranges, and will customise private itineraries, including arrivals and departures in Adelaide. Ian Fargher, fourth generation pastoralist from Blinman, and his team of pilots have a wealth of local knowledge and many stories about the people, the flora, fauna and geology that make up this amazing ancient landscape. Flying in either a Cessna 172 or Cessna 206, each aircraft is equipped with personalised headsets ensuring ease of interactive conversation. With over 35 years of experience flying outback South Australia, enjoy your aerial safari with local knowledge and local hospitality. On-site accommodation is available in the Angorichina Station Shearers Quarters, or a hosted stay in the homestead. Local Flinders Ranges flights start from AUD110.00 per person. Lake Eyre and beyond start from AUD695.00 per person. Air operators certificate C550249-10 IM and DH Fargher.
From AU$680.00 - 750.00
This Bilbies, Stars and Secrets Tour allows you to explore the outback town of Charleville with the local Charleville Story Tellers. There is no better way to discover the stories that made Charleville the great little town it is, than joining with local people to discover the stories 'behind the bland history'. It's a bit like finding out the family secrets with the added advantage of meeting the people of the outback. For three days and two nights you will be told the fascinating stories of early pioneer days, World War two top secrets, meet an endangered Australian, 'travel' thousands of light years into space, attended school in a class room that is over one million hectares in size, discovered what makes the trees of outback Queensland such great survivors in this hot climate. Come out and join the local story tellers and local taxi girls, discover their history and heritage, discover how the drovers prepared their camp oven dinners and get your self 'wrapped up' in outback folklore. They love living there and they are certain you will love visiting their town. Contact the Charleville Visitor Information Centre for further information.

Bush Pilots Australia

Multiple Locations
From AU$170.00 - 1800.00
Bush Pilots Australia is based in Hawker, South Australia. Hawker is known as the hub of the Flinders Ranges and is approximately four hours drive north of Adelaide. Everyday charter and scenic flight tours include ageless Wilpena Pound and The Flinders Ranges, Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, Birdsville, Innamincka, The Dig Tree or magnificent Lake Eyre and the William Creek Pub. We are also happy to tailor flight packages to Alice Springs, The Gulf of Carpentaria or the remote Kimberley region. Feel free to email or call us to discuss individual requirements and flight packages.

Rivers Restaurant

St George, Balonne Area
Travelling in south west Queensland? Riverland Motor Inn is home to Rivers Restaurant, which serves Modern Australian cuisine to those enjoying the accommodation and as well as those just passing through. The restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere, plus, there's a cocktail bar if you fancy a tipple with your meal.
From AU$135.00 - 150.00
Convoy Tours products have been developed to showcase the Australian Outback's diversity to suburban Australians and visitors. Your tour guide Wes, worked in the outback for.25 years. So his amazing knowledge comes to you from a real experiential perspective. You are provided with a comprehensive tour book that he has written, with outback safety tips and in depth editorials on each town and region. Whilst on route he provides running commentary via your own radio channel. He often stops on route to elaborate. All tours are limited to 12 vehicles staying at the best caravan parks available. Wes has been leading vehicle tours around the world for several years, so he understands how important it is for his guests to enjoy the tour experience, including the knowledge he loves to share. He loves cooking his guests his beef stew and damper whilst in the Outback and seafood on the Coast.

Clara Creek 4x4 Stock Route Trail

Morven, Murweh Area
Free Entry
The Morven Clara Creek 4x4 Stock Route Trail will lead you to discover the Clara Creek Hotel Ruins. Follow the trail to discover a part of Queensland that dates back to 1882. Clara Creek was a thriving and busy hotel, the focus of life in the area; today just the ruins remain to remind us of its past glory. The trail takes you along Stock Routes and less commonly used roads around Morven. Discover old stock water holes, an age old bridge (that was once painted with a tooth brush to prove a bet), and areas where thousands of Merino sheep used to graze. You will need to collect a trail guide from either the Charleville or Morven Visitor Information Centres. This trail contains washed-out areas and also bitumen road. Please note this track can be closed for maintenance and for up to two weeks after rain.

St George Riverbank Walkway

St George, Balonne Area
Free Entry
Car weary legs will appreciate the two-kilometre stretch of shady riverbank walkway flanking St George. A star feature, the riverbank walkway begins below the Jack Taylor Weir. There you'll find a commemorative stone to mark Major Thomas Mitchell's crossing of the Balonne River on St George's Day back in 1846. Further along the river walk, a marker showcases the flood heights of the swollen Balonne River from years gone by.
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