Carlisle’s western wanderings draw him into the deep Queensland outback. He finds that the best way to get to know a place is to visit its pub and talk to the locals.
Carlisle charts an inward spiral through the deep Queensland outback. From Mitchell to Charleville, the search begins…
Diamantina National Park is a western Queensland icon located 1,278km inland of Brisbane, access is via the Warrego Highway, the A2 and the Kennedy Developmental Road.
Carnarvon National Park is an outback Queensland highlight located 700km northwest of Brisbane, with access via the Dawson or Warego Highways.
The mighty Savannah Way is a 3,500km+ touring route that bisects the continent from east to west, carving a mighty swathe through the remarkably diverse landscapes of Australia’s Top End.
Carnarvon National Park is a bona fide red dirt oasis that looks like a theme park constructed for landscape photographers.