Outback Queensland is not only renowned for its friendly characters and country charm, but also for its quirky and quintessential events.
Feel the genuine Aussie embrace as you yarn with old Drovers around the campfire or sit on the edge of your seat watching man vs beast at the largest rodeo in the southern hemisphere.
Wet a fishing line and snag a winning Barra, or place your bets on a winning horse at a country race meet.
Go on, in 2014 make your promise and take an Outback Queensland Eventure you won't regret.
Come and experience the one and only race meeting in the Barcoo Shire held at Jundah. Fantastic racing; Fashion in the Field; Raffles; Licensed venue; Refreshment and Food canteens.click on the image for more
The Bedourie Bikekhana attracts competitive dirtbike and quad riders from all over the outback to compete in an epic 15-kilometre enduro and a range of races and novelty events.click on the image for more
The Cunnamulla Fella Festival - where locals, bull riders, shearers, cowboys and stockmen all meet in the famous town of Cunnamulla for one of the most diverse events in the state.click on the image for more
The Outback Moon Festival is a night of music and entertainment by the bank of Lake Fred Tritton in Richmond, North West Queensland.click on the image for more
Bedourie is the third and final meeting of the famed Simpson Desert Racing Carnival. Enjoy an evening rodeo and entertainment on Friday night followed by a great day at the races on Saturday.click on the image for more
Visit the small Outback town of Isisford , south of Longreach on the Barcoo Byway for the annual Isisford Ross Cup Raceday.click on the image for more
Opera in the Outback has become an iconic event for not only many in Tropical North Queensland but has become known around the world.click on the image for more
Looking for a fun filled family day out? Look no further than the Quilpie and District Show and Rodeo.click on the image for more
With a new format in 2014 the Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic promises two days of non-stop action! Hosted at picturesque Lake Moondarra, 15 kilometres north of Mount Isa the annual Moondarra Classic offers a program jam packed with fun and excitement.click on the image for more
Thinking of having a dirty weekend? Why not head out to Julia Creek for the Dirt and Dust festival.click on the image for more
Melbourne may have The Race That Stops a Nation, but come November, Charleville in outback Queensland gives the fillies and frocks of the south a run for their money at the Charleville Cup Festival.click on the image for more