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Play your cards right with these 11 things to do in Dalby

If the Western Downs was a hand of cards, Dalby would be King. After all, it reigns supreme as Australia’s richest cotton and grain growing area. Don’t dismiss Dalby as a purely agricultural centre though, Dalby’s got plenty more jewels in …

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If the Western Downs was a hand of cards, Dalby would be King. After all, it reigns supreme as Australia’s richest cotton and grain growing area. Don’t dismiss Dalby as a purely agricultural centre though, Dalby’s got plenty more jewels in …

Where to sink a coldie in the Western Downs

Forget fine dining and vineyard valleys – there’s no place more iconic to sip a cold beer than a classic country pub. Yep, we’re talking about the historical watering holes across the Western Downs that pack more character than the latest …

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Forget fine dining and vineyard valleys – there’s no place more iconic to sip a cold beer than a classic country pub. Yep, we’re talking about the historical watering holes across the Western Downs that pack more character than the latest …

What’s growing: Things you didn’t know about the crops in the Western Downs

From the skyscrapers of Brisbane to the stark plains of the outback, there’s a whole lotta crop country in the Western Downs in between. We’re talking agriculture that resembles artwork, with precise separation between plant-rows, textures that rival expensive fabric and …

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From the skyscrapers of Brisbane to the stark plains of the outback, there’s a whole lotta crop country in the Western Downs in between. We’re talking agriculture that resembles artwork, with precise separation between plant-rows, textures that rival expensive fabric and …

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Whether you’re embarking on a long road trip out west, or escaping for just a weekend, choosing where to plonk down for the night is just as important as where you spend your days. From camping and caravanning to holiday homes …

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Whether you’re embarking on a long road trip out west, or escaping for just a weekend, choosing where to plonk down for the night is just as important as where you spend your days. From camping and caravanning to holiday homes …

Pet-friendly Western Downs: 10 places to stay with your best friend

In the Western Downs, man’s best friend is considered a member of the family. That’s why many establishments across its vast countryside welcome your four-legged family member with open arms and hotel-room doors. Pack your chew toys, kibble and paws (see …

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In the Western Downs, man’s best friend is considered a member of the family. That’s why many establishments across its vast countryside welcome your four-legged family member with open arms and hotel-room doors. Pack your chew toys, kibble and paws (see …

Go fish: Where to cast off in the Western Downs

With creeks, rivers and tributaries running through the countryside like veins through the human body, few regions can lay claim to inland fishing as good as the Western Downs. There’s good reason for it – some parts of the region receive …

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With creeks, rivers and tributaries running through the countryside like veins through the human body, few regions can lay claim to inland fishing as good as the Western Downs. There’s good reason for it – some parts of the region receive …

A local’s guide to Tara

Only 3.5 hours from the city lights of Brisbane, you’ll find yourself in camel country, aka Tara. Home to the Tara Festival of Culture & Camel Races, this town of 2,000 people sure knows how to draw a crowd with 16,000 …

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Only 3.5 hours from the city lights of Brisbane, you’ll find yourself in camel country, aka Tara. Home to the Tara Festival of Culture & Camel Races, this town of 2,000 people sure knows how to draw a crowd with 16,000 …

48 Hours in the Bunya Mountains

It’s no surprise the Bunya Mountains can draw a crowd. This is a destination that’s been in the business of bringing communities together for many, many years. This was a significant lore making and ceremony place for indigenous groups from Northern …

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It’s no surprise the Bunya Mountains can draw a crowd. This is a destination that’s been in the business of bringing communities together for many, many years. This was a significant lore making and ceremony place for indigenous groups from Northern …

9 hidden treasures you didn’t know existed in the Western Downs

Did you know that just west of the Great Dividing Range you can find endless plains of colourful fields, rolling grass hills, big skies and small towns with big hearts? Get off the grid, off the beaten track, and off on …

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Did you know that just west of the Great Dividing Range you can find endless plains of colourful fields, rolling grass hills, big skies and small towns with big hearts? Get off the grid, off the beaten track, and off on …

7 things you didn’t know about Queensland’s longest named town: Kaimkillenbun

Its population might only reach three figures (293), but if the number of letters in its name tell of anything – it’s that there’s much to learn about Queensland’s longest named town, Kaimkillenbun. Perched between Dalby and Bell on the highway …

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Its population might only reach three figures (293), but if the number of letters in its name tell of anything – it’s that there’s much to learn about Queensland’s longest named town, Kaimkillenbun. Perched between Dalby and Bell on the highway …