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Chinchilla is a town in the Western Downs region of Queensland, Australia. At the 2006 Census, it had a population of 3,681 people.
In Outback Queensland
Charleville is a town in South Western Queensland. It is part of Murweh Shire. With over 20 things to see and do why would you go past this great little outback town.
Currawinya National Park is in South Western Queensland in Australia. Red soils, little grass cover, mulga, river gums, lakes, wetlands, rocky outcrops.
Thargomindah is a town in south western Queensland. Locally, the town is known as Thargo.
Eulo is a small town in South Western Queensland. The town centre is a few kilometres from the Paroo River, and it is the second largest town in Paroo Shire after Cunnamulla.
Yowah is a outback opal mining town in South Western Queensland. Access is by 60km of sealed road from the Bulloo Developmental Road just outside of Eulo.
Birdsville is a remote town in outback Queensland, right on the outskirts of the Simpson Desert.
Hungerford is a town in south western Queensland. It is very much on the trail of Henry Lawson, who wrote about the town.
Cunnamulla is a town of around 1500 people in south-western Queensland. It is the largest town and civic centre of the Paroo Shire.
Winton is a town in Outback Queensland between Longreach and Mount Isa Winton Airport There is a coach connection from the Spirit of the Outback to Longreach, servicing Winton.
Cooladdi is a ghost town in South West Australia. Renamed in 1913 from its original name of Yarronvale when the railway came to town, Cooladdi was bypassed the next year.
Longreach is a town in Outback Queensland. Longreach is the terminus for the Spirit of the Outback train from Brisbane via Rockhampton The Qantas Founders Museum is located in Longreach.
Cloncurry is a town in Outback Queensland. It is nicknamed "The Friendly Heart of the Great South West".