Outback Queensland Attractions

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Mitchell Great Artesian Spa
Share the secret Mitchell locals have known for years and soak away cares at Mitchell Great Artesian Spa on Cambridge Street. Enjoy the majestic tingle of artesian waters while relaxing in two billabo...
An iconic Australian attraction, Combo Waterhole is said to be the inspiration for the A.B. (Banjo) Paterson's famous song "Waltzing Matilda", composed there in 1895. Noted for its historic stone pitc...
Reputed to be the scene of the world's only recorded dinosaur stampede around 95 million years ago, Lark Quarry Dinosaur Walkway is a place that has quite literally made its mark in history. The first...
The Tree of Knowledge takes its place in Australian history by being the central meeting place during the Great Shearers Strike of 1891. As a result of the strike came the birth of the Australian Labo...
Fondly referred to as the Melbourne Cup of the Outback, the annual Birdsville Races draw crowds of up to 6,000 racegoers from all over the globe to enjoy a day of outback racing at its finest. These u...
The award winning Outback at Isa provides outback travellers with an array of country tours, activities and attractions to experience life in Mount Isa. Providing visitors with an array of historical ...
Memorabilia & historic items from the Underground Hospital dating from 1930.
View old time movies in old-time canvas chairs under the stars. First established in 1918
Museum of historic interest displaying memorabilia of the pioneering era with photographic & video displays, machinery and every day working utensils of the times.
The Australian Workers Heritage Centre is the only national attraction dedicated to celebrating the lives and proud heritage of ordinary working people – telling the stories of the railway workers and...
It is a gem of a place this little four block town in Outback Queensland, and this uniqueness is celebrated with an annual festival - The Yowah Opal Festival. Yowah's opal celebration occurs on the t...
Each winter is a big event in the city's calendar, and includes rough-riding, a carnival procession, dancing and sports meetings.
See the stunning outback night sky like never before with real telescopes.
Created as a water supply and has been developed for aquatic sports.
Home of the original "Black Stump",where surveyors used to steady their theodolites, an instrument used to divide the towns as we know them now.
Mt Isa's second man-made dam, lies 80km north of the city and provides additional water for future needs.
Australia's most legendary Outback pub. The Birdsville Hotel, built way back in 1884, has seen history in the making. It's a place where yarns have been spun for more than a century, a place in a hars...
Featuring interactive light and sound shows, plus a vast collection of pioneering memorabilia. Discover the story, the song and the spirit of Australia.