Take your students on an excursion to Outback Queensland and receive a subsidy of up to $130 per student with the Outback Education Tour Subsidy Scheme.

The experience of a lifetime awaits your group with Outback Queensland providing an authentic backdrop to learn about Australian history and heritage, dinosaurs, native animals and experience aboriginal culture and life on the land.

Outback Queensland is accessible, affordable and will be a memorable introduction to Australian history and culture for your students. Travelling through Outback Queensland by coach you can choose from a huge range of educational attractions. Just a few examples include:

Along the way there are many natural attractions and landscapes to explore with warm, friendly locals welcoming you with their stories of the past and lessons for the future.

Contact us now to discuss the advantages and ease of taking your class to the Outback for an unforgettable learning experience

Your students will meet the influential characters who shape our Outback and experience the diverse lives of the families who live on the land. Experiencing our indigenous culture in Outback Queensland is a unique opportunity to connect with Australia's past.

Head Outback, beyond the Black Stump

The land where explorers, drovers and bushrangers roamed.

A place where cattle stations larger than some European countries share space with huge coalmines but the outback hospitality is as intimate and friendly as ever. Follow the footsteps of explorers Mitchell and Leichardt to the birthplaces of the Australian Labor Party and QANTAS.

Highlights include:

Contact us now to discuss the advantages and ease of taking your class to the Queensland Outback. They will be talking about it for years.

Government subsidy may be available – depending on age

A vital component of Australia's proud heritage can be seen inside the Qantas Founders Museum at Longreach


The Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame, which pays tribute to pioneers of the Australian outback, in Longreach.


Another outback icon - the Royal Flying Doctor Service, which commenced operations in 1943 at Charleville.


Inside the Cosmos Centre at Charleville, or camped outside in the Outback, students will see more starts than they ever imagined.


Massive modern planes in the most unexpected setting - the Founders museum at Longreach, the birthplace of QANTAS.