Mitchell Gunggari people Mitchell’s history involves an Aboriginal population acknowledged to have inhabited the area for at least 19,000 years, bush-rangers, miners, and the birth of Australia’s shortest-serving Prime Minister, Francis Forde. A more modern experience, however, might bring you to Mitchell as a worker for one of the nearby mines, or see you settling … Read more

St George

St George Kamilaroi people The fish are jumping, and the cotton’s high – St George is known as the Fishing Capital of Inland Queensland and is home to Murray Cod, Yellowbelly, Golden Perch, and Silver Perch..You’re likely to have encountered emus running alongside your vehicle on the way into town, their brown feathers bobbing and … Read more


Eulo The Eulo Queen Hotel lies in the main street of Eulo, an old pub and campground run by a friendly, entirely down to earth couple who’re happy to have a chat while serving cold drinks and one of the best pub meals of a tour. Eulo came to be as an opal-mining town, and … Read more


Eudlo Gubbi Gubbi people, name from 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 … Read more

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