Upfront guide to Queensland outback

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DIG THIS: Mary Kathleen Mine is among the sights listed in the new guide. Photo: Tourism and Events Queensland

DIG THIS: Mary Kathleen Mine is among the sights listed in the new guide. Photo: Tourism and Events Queensland

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New guide offers 22 suggestions from dinosaur discoveries to deluxe destinations.

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While many Australians have hit the road over the past two years, Outback Queensland is calling on travellers to book an outback holiday because there's even more to explore.

If proof were needed, look no further than the region's new Outback Queensland Travellers Guide, unveiled on February 24.

From dinosaur discoveries to luxury stays, the guide unveils 22 must-do experiences in 2022.

From rich cultural experiences and adventurous trails to a birdwatching oasis following the La Nina downpour, the guide is the ultimate bucket list to help plan your next adventure.

Whether it's by road, rail, or air, Outback Queensland has something on offer for everyone.

Spanning 932,678 square kilometres (two-thirds of the state), the region boasts the chance to walk alongside dinosaurs and unearth fossils, to learn from Indigenous elders, or soak in a luxury outback bath - all topped with generous serving of country hospitality.

DINO-MITE: The Winton district fossils take you back to a land before time.

DINO-MITE: The Winton district fossils take you back to a land before time.

Outback Queensland spans the North West (Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Julia Creek, Richmond and Hughenden), Far West (Boulia, Birdsville and Windorah), Central West (Winton, Longreach, Barcaldine, Blackall and Tambo), South West (Eromanga, Thargomindah, Quilpie, Charleville, Cunnamulla, Roma and St George) and East (Biloela).

For more information and to check out the guide, click HERE.

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