About this Destination:
Outback Queensland covers the vast interior of the state and includes the main inland centres of Mt Isa, Longreach, Roma, St George, Charleville, Birdsville and many more. Outback Queensland is well known for its dinosaur fossicking and professional digs for dinosaur bones that date back 95 million years. You can take a look at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum or the Dinosaur Stampede at Lark Quarry National Park where you’ll some of the world’s most significantly preserved fossils. You can also meet the experts, participate in a professional dig, or go fossick for your own dinosaur treasures. If you prefer real gems, you can fossick for opals around Opalton, Quilpie or Yowah, some amethyst, gold or maltese crosses around Cloncurry, or even moonstones at Moonstone Hill. Enjoy a real country experience at the Australian Stockman’s Hall Of Fame or the QANTAS Founders Museum. Talk to farmers who own cattle stations as big as some countries while exploring Queensland’s four-wheel drive tracks. Go for a hike through one of the many national parks, enjoy a nice day fishing in one of the beautiful outback lakes. Take a canoe for a paddle or a go for a swim in a billabong.
Day-32: Saturday 12th May 2018. Overnight in Camooweal
Accommodation confirmed at Camooweal Post Office Hotel Motel including dinner and drinks
Day-33: Sunday 13th May 2018. Overnight in Gregory Downs
Accommodation to be confirmed at Gregory Downs Hotel including dinner and drinks