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Escape the city crowds and discover that the grass in fact is greener on the other side. Starting just 90 minutes west of Brisbane, Southern Queensland Country is a reminder that the good things in life shouldn’t be hurried.

Steeped in centuries of pioneer history, a visit to the country means hearty meals served with good yarns, big smiles and a taste of warm country hospitality. It’s a chance to embrace the simple things in life and a celebration of community spirit.

The diverse blend of highlands, valleys and open red sand plains offer four seasons of adventure, natural encounters and gourmet indulgence.

Hike through waterfall-fringed National Parks, while away at a rainforest retreat or top up your glass at some of Australia’s best cellar doors. Experience the country come to life during the many seasonal festivals, feel the rush at a live rodeo and trade stories at the local pub.

You will leave with new friends, fond memories and a home away from home.

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