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L'outback du Queensland est une grande aventure qui vous attend.  Si vous aimez les road trips et les grands espaces, les hommes de caractère et de longs récits, alors rendez-vous dans une vraie ville de l'outback et laissez les habitants vous montrer les alentours.
  • Ressentez l'enthousiasme vibrant qui électrise les rodéos avant que le taureau n'entre sur la piste.
  • Acclamez les gagnants des courses annuelles de chameau ou d'écrevisses.
  • Rappliquez vos bottes à un festival de musique ou partez dans des envolées lyriques lors d'un festival culturel.
  • Déterrez un os de dinosaure ou une pierre précieuse dans l'un des sites d'orpaillage les plus extraordinaires du monde.
  • Peignez votre utilitaire en rouge lors d'une aventure en 4x4.
  • Dormez à la belle étoile en campant dans des paysages qui vous propulsent dans un autre monde.
Qu'on le veuille ou non, l'Outback du Queensland vous laissera des souvenirs inoubliables et vous vous surprendrez à y revenir, encore et encore.

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Cosmos Centre and Observatory

Charleville, Murweh Area
From AU$10.00 - 65.00
Wow, Ooh ahh and Brilliant, are the words you hear as visitors view the incredible beauty of the Milky Way Galaxy, through the powerful Meade telescopes. Charleville's Cosmos Centre and Observatory is dedicated to ensuring visitors enjoy the wonder of the outback night sky.

Flinders Discovery Centre Town Tour

Multiple Locations
Their town walking tours are a great chance for travellers and locals to experience Hughenden's history at its best. Over an hour you'll wander through the streets of town and share stories, special moments, architecture, historical importance and more.

John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery

Cloncurry, Cloncurry Area
From AU$12.00 - 12.00
John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery in Cloncurry commemorates the work of John Flynn and the beginnings of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The museum is a three story venue which also celebrates the contribution from Fred McKay and Alfred Traeger.

Boobook Ecotours

Multiple Locations
With over 30 year’s ecology and farming experience Boobook guides are hailed as authorities in the natural history of the Carnarvon Ranges and surrounding region. Join them on an adventure of a life time to get a real taste of Outback Queensland.

Jack Howe Sculpture and Gallery

Blackall, Blackall-Tambo Area
From AU$4 - 4
Australia's most famous shearer, Jack Howe, shore a record of 321 sheep in seven hours and 40 minutes in 1892 at Alice Downs Station, Blackall. He also set a record of 237 sheep shorn with electric shears which was not broken for 58 years.

Kronosaurus Korner

Richmond, Richmond Area
From AU$15.00 - 60.00
Visiting Australia's premier marine fossil museum, Kronosaurus Korner, is an unforgettable prehistoric adventure, where you see some of the most awe inspiring marine creatures such as 'Penny' the Richmond plesiosaur - Australia's best vertebrate fossil, 'Krono' Kronosaurus queenslandicus - a 10 metre, giant marine reptile and 'Wanda' - Australia's largest fossilised fish.

Tambo Teddies

Tambo, Blackall-Tambo Area
Free Entry
Tambo Teddies create quality hand crafted sheepskin teddy bears in the tiny Outback town of Tambo in western Queensland, truly Australian made teddies. These very appealing, friendly teddy bears come in different styles.

Red Dirt Tours

Winton, Winton Area
Red Dirt Tours is your Winton touring specialist and offers a number of tours to the spectacular natural and man-made attractions of the Winton region. Choose from a range of Winton day tours to the Australian Age of Dinosaurs, Lark Quarry Dinosaur Stampede, Carisbrooke Station, Bladensburg National Park, the Diamantina River, Old Cork and relax with spectacular outback sunsets.

Roma Saleyards Visitor Tours

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
The Roma Saleyards are the largest cattle selling facility in the southern hemisphere, seeing over 400,000 cattle a year. Auctions happen every Tuesday morning and Thursday fortnightly, and are an incredible sight to see.

Quilpie Airport Mini Museum and Wool Scour

Quilpie, Quilpie Area
Free Entry
In 1930 famous Amy Johnson landed in Quilpie on her journey from England to Australia. The story goes that she was supposed to go to Charleville and she was following the railway line. Her map was outdated and it it had the railway line ending in Charleville .
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