Outback Queensland | Travel Information

Domestic Airport

One of the best views of the Outback is from above. Take to the air and maximise your time on the ground to tick off as many experiences as you can west of the Great Dividing Range.

For those who want to get to the Outback fast, take the daily Qantas flights from Brisbane to Roma, Charleville, Longreach or Mount Isa. If you have time on your hands, Regional Airline REX has connecting flights from Brisbane, Toowoomba, Townsville and Cairns to Outback destinations including Bedourie, Boulia, Birdsville, Charleville, Cunnamulla, Julia Creek, Longreach, Mount Isa, Quilpie, Richmond and Windorah. Tickets and journeys can be explored further at their respective websites. 

Train

Travel in comfort and see the blue Outback skies, rich golden soil and farmland from your window. There are a variety of train options available to suit your travel style, location and itinerary which are run through Queensland Rail. Tickets and journeys can be explored further at their website. 

Bus

Enjoy the beauty of an Outback road trip without doing all the driving. Travelling by bus to the Outback is easier and more comfortable than ever with Bus Queensland. They’ll connect you with adventures and once-in-a-lifetime experiences from Brisbane and Townsville to over 80 iconic Outback locations. Tickets and journeys can be explored further at their website. 

Drive

The well-maintained highways and mostly sealed roads will connect you between the Outback towns and make travelling through the region easier than most would think. For those in search of an off-the-beaten track 4WD experience, take an alternate route between towns and follow the nature tracks and back roads to explore this remarkable part of Australia. Hiring a car would be the best option. 



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Charters Towers Visitor Information Centre

Charters Towers, Charters Towers Area
The Charters Towers Visitor Information Centre is located at the intersection of Gill and Mosman Streets right next to City Hall. Built in 1880 at a cost of 2350 Pounds, the information centre started its life as the Union Bank and is just one example of the many stunning heritage buildings which line the streets of Charters Towers.

Windorah Visitor Information Centre

Windorah, Barcoo Area
The Windorah Visitor Information Centre is located on Maryborough Street in Windorah. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries.

Georgetown Visitor Centre - Terrestrial

Georgetown, Etheridge Area
The TerrEstrial Visitor Information Centre is located on Low Street in Georgetown. Georgetown is the central point for the Etheridge Shire and all visitors exploring the great region, along the Savannah Way which runs from Cairns to Broome, they are the heart of the Gulf country.

Cunnamulla Fella Centre

Cunnamulla, Paroo Area
The Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre is located at Centenary Park on Jane Street in Cunnamulla. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries.

Min Min Encounter and Boulia Information Centre

Boulia, Boulia Area
The Min Min Encounter and Boulia Visitor Information Centre is located on Herbert Street in Boulia. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries.

Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Make the Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre your first point of call to discover all there is to know about the 'oasis in the desert'. Providing everything from maps and brochures to itineraries and souvenirs the friendly staff can provide advice on the things to see and do in Bedourie as well as weather forecasts, road conditions and where to eat and sleep.

Wirrarri Visitor Information Centre

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Outback folk are renowned for getting their bearings at The Wirrarri Visitor Centre - a traveller's first point of call when entering famed Birdsville. The Centre prides itself on promoting Australia’s ‘must see’ town and offering relevant tourist information with a friendly Outback yarn.

Winton Visitor Information Centre

Winton, Winton Area
The Winton Visitor Information Centre is located at 71-73 Elderslie Street in Winton. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries.

Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre

Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area
The Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre is located at 149 Oak Street in Barcaldine. Located in the Globe Precinct which is a purpose built centre for tourism and arts, the Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre offers visitors all of the services you expect.

Quilpie Visitor Information Centre, Museum and Gallery

Quilpie, Quilpie Area
When arriving in Quilpie ensure your first stop is at the Visitor Information Centre, Museum and Gallery located on the main street. This accredited Visitor Information Centre offers a one-stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries.
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