Australia's Dinosaur Trail
One hundred million years ago, parts of the Queensland Outback lay under ancient inland seas alive with marine reptiles, while prehistoric creatures roamed the land. Now you can follow Australia's Dinosaur Trail linking Winton, Hughenden and Richmond where some of the world's most amazing fossils are still being found.
Dig the Tropic
Take a geo journey back to Gondwanaland, when Australia was part of a colossal southern continent crawling with extraordinary creatures. As the earth shifted in a gradual, sensational, evolution of the land, Queensland edged closer to its current position along the Tropic of Capricorn. Dig the Tropic showcases the results of an incredible geo journey that has seen species irradiated, sceneries transformed, and time buried in layers and folds.
Stretching more than 1700 kilometres from Cunnamulla to Karumba on the Gulf of Carpentaria, the Matilda Highway is custom-made for travellers keen for a taste of the Outback, its unique heritage, legendary hospitality and friendliness.
Outback Way - Australia's Longest Shortcut
The Outback Way extends 2,750km from Laverton, Western Australia to Winton, Queensland via central Australia. As a self-drive route it passes through central Australia's deserts, Ayers Rock, The Olga's, Alice Springs and a host of fascinating places of interest.