Outback Tourism Infrastructure Fund
The tourism sector in Outback Queensland is vital to the Queensland economy – it is worth more than $443.7 million each year and supports 4,600 jobs.
In 2019 the region recorded more than one million visitors.
The latest research tells us that visitors are looking for real Australian adventures that embrace the nation's cultural heritage and rich indigenous culture.
Established to coincide with the Year of Outback Tourism, the Outback Tourism Infrastructure Fund is helping to transform the region into a destination of choice.
We are working with locals and Traditional Owners to develop new attractions and help us share our culture with visitors.
The infrastructure projects extend right across the state from Adels Grove and Cobbold Gorge in the north to Roma and Cunnamulla in the south.
Last updated: 11 Feb 2020