Barcaldine

Barcaldine Iningai people Sheep and beef cattle rearing are the main industries in this area, but it’s fair to say that the number of people stopping by to see the disarmingly exquisite Tree of Knowledge sculpture, which commemorates the 1891 shearer’s strike (and the bones of the Australian labour movement) is an industry in itself.…

Winton

Winton Iningai People Home of Waltzing Matilda, Dinosaur Capital and Home of the Boulder Opal – Winton’s got the headlines to make it a remote rural hotspot. While the mesa formations might make you think of Death Valley in the USA, there’s enough Australian history packed into the red dirt to keep you firmly grounded…

Yaraka

Isisford/Yaraka With a conflict in community calendar contriving to cause complications (and alliteration aside), our show in Isisford on October 31 is moving down the road to the tiny and tremendous town of Yaraka. With a population of 12, this is the smallest town we have visited and with the support of the Longreach Regional…

Eudlo

Eudlo Gubbi Gubbi people: local term for ‘freshwater eel’   Eudlo is famous for many things – great jam and preserves, a train crash back in the days of black and white photography, its nearby Buddhist institute of Chen Rezig, the fact that it doesn’t have ‘town water’, the satisfying way that the name of…