Blog - The Towns

21st July, 2016

If you haven't heard of Birdsville, you probably haven't yet done any serious research into Australian Outback touring.  The eastern gateway to the Simpson Desert and home to popular annual events including the Birdsville Races and the Big Red Bash, Birdsville today is home to a humble approximate of 115 people with a pub, bakery, caravan park, two service stations Continue Reading

21st July, 2016

Innamincka was made famous by the story of two explorers, Burke and Wills, who died in the lands surrounding this outback town. The short of the story is that Burke, an inexperienced bushman, accompanied by Wills, an astrologer, and inexperienced explorer were elected by the Australian government to trek the land from South to North to find the Gulf of Carpentaria Continue Reading

21st July, 2016

A HELL OF A PLACE TO BRING IN THE NEW YEAR If you love a long lasting celebration then, there are few better places to celebrate New Year's Eve than at Cameron Corner, the little town with an iconic General Store that borders three Australian states and three different time zones. Cameron Corner is where the States of Queensland, New South Wales, Continue Reading