There’s an oasis between the desert dunes. Have you heard of it? It’s called Boodjamulla National Park. If you find it, you’ll find peace under the shade of the trees. Out there, history literally runs beneath your fingers as they brush over the rough edges of million-year old fossils embedded in limestone.
You can dip your canoe oar and break crystalline while listening to the fairy-wrens or catching a flash of the crimson finch. Camooweal Caves National Park is drier with the scent of eucalypts ever-present in the open woodlands. Grass plains of Spinifex and wattle shrub land stretch out before you and the creek bubbles gently beside you as you set up camp for the.
In the south lies the National Parks Research Station in Charleville famous for its close encounters with one of the country’s most endangered species – the bilby. These timid little marsupials with their long soft ears and big dark eyes are sure to steal your heart.
Retrace the tracks of Cobb & Co, the first people movers of the outback, as you traverse the unique and fascinating Adventure Way.
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The Allan Tannock Weir is situated on the Warrego River five kilometres south of Cunnamulla. There is a picnic area with wood fuel barbecue, swimming and fishing are permitted one hundred metres from the Weir Wall.
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Australian and South African natives plus varieties of Stattis grow on this two and half acre site, the Alpha Native Flower Garden, located beside Alpha Creek.
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The volunteers at the Rowley Roberts Tourist Information Centre can show you examples of petrified wood and direct you to where you might see this in its natural setting.
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Follow in the footsteps of dinosaurs across the ancient great inland seabed when you embark on this fascinating drive.
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The picturesque Heritage Trail is a scenic loop between Aramac and Muttaburra. The trail showcases a diversity of landscapes as you travel through black soil open downs country, to the desert uplands, up or down the Jump Up and past natural lakes.
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Australia's fascinating and distinctive wildlife and the forests, deserts and coasts they inhabit are the focus of their zoologist-designed tours.
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The Augathella 4x4 Stock Route Trail is accessible by Four Wheel Drives Only.
Follow the pathway of those who opened up the outback.
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There is nothing like having a connection to Bushrangers. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, the notorious Bushrangers, the Kenniff Brothers, tethered their horses under this magnificent old Coolibah tree between their many cattle and horse stealing escapades.
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Located within the Meat Ant Park, the Meat Ant Sculpture is over million times the size of an actual Ant, the perfect opportunity for that holiday photo.
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