Outback Queensland offers an incredible array of rural Australian experiences and stretches from Camooweal and the Overlander's Way in the north, Birdsville in the west, Cunnamulla in the south and Hudghenden, Barcaldine and Charleville in the east. The region incorporates the Channel Country floodplains, the rolling Mitchell grass downs and ancient spinifex deserts, offering an amazing landscape.
The destination is home to colourful characters, a laid-back culture, rich history and ancient landscapes. Visitors feel the genuine Aussie embrace of a vast network of welcoming communities.
National Parks abound and complement numerous natural, cultural, heritage and indigenous attractions.
Outback Queensland is synonymous with a real Australian experience that embraces the nation's cultural heritage and pioneering spirit.
The industry's vision is for Outback Queensland to be famous by 2016 for its characters, culture, history and ancient landscapes where visitors feel the genuine Aussie embrace of a vast network of welcoming communities.
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