Win a holiday in Outback Queensland

Sponsored content: Your chance to visit iconic Outback Queensland destinations and attractions with total prizes valued at $4,800.
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Outback Queensland is offering the chance to win one of three unforgettable tourism experiences.  

Valued at $4,800 in total, the prizes include accommodation, entry tickets or vouchers to some of Outback Queensland’s iconic attractions and experiences, flights and rail tickets, and a $500 fuel voucher.

To enter, visit by midnight 31 May 2022. Terms and conditions are available on the website and winners will be notified by email and online on 10 June 2022. Entrants must be 18 years or older.

There’s even more to explore in Queensland’s backyard now.

2022 is a great year for outback Queensland – with so many new experiences and events happening. 

New events include the must-do Road to Rodeo event in Longreach, the renowned and action-packed Dirt n Dust festival is back in Julia Creek, and celebrating all things fun and circus is the Blackall-Tambo Festival of Circus. 

And we welcome the Festival of Outback Opera across various locations. 

Our Outback Queensland events calendar is packed in 2022.  

There’s also a big line-up with 22 new reasons to visit Outback experiences this year, including the new Eromanga Natural History Museum building and cafe, a major renovation at the Min Min Encounter in Boulia, a new dinosaurs trackways exhibit at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and the luxury Rangelands Outback Camp glamping experience near Winton. And that’s to name just a few! 

Outback Queensland is home to an abundance of authentic heritage attractions, vibrant country towns and stunning natural wonders. 

Whether you’re looking to connect with nature, experience genuine country hospitality or share a once-in-a-lifetime journey with family, you can be assured of a warm welcome in Outback Queensland.

To discover more about our 22 new reasons to visit the Outback in 2022, visit our website

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