Pack your clubs, hit the road and play Australia’s most remote and richest amateur Outback golf series!
This one-of-a-kind golfing adventure takes you 1,650 kilometres across Outback Queensland from 15 June – 21 July 2024.
Outback Queensland Masters
Held in six locations over back-to-back weekends, Outback Queensland Masters will travel from Birdsville on the edge of the Simpson Desert, onto Boulia, Winton, Barcaldine and Charleville before finishing in Quilpie with a Million-Dollar Hole-In-One Challenge.
To warm up to the Million-Dollar Hole-One challenge, compete for $10,000 hole-in-one opportunities along the way in the first five locations before taking the potentially life changing shot.
Explore the Outback
The Outback Queensland Masters isn’t all about winning. Along the way, connect with Queensland’s outback spirit of adventure and be entertained by some of Australia’s finest acts as you dine under the stars of the Milky Way after a day of play.
For amateur, social and first-time golfers, it’s the perfect way to experience the best of Outback Queensland with a golf club in hand. Stop by for two nine-hole rounds at one location or join in at all six locations – the choice is yours.
If teeing off on the outback ‘green’ isn’t for you, you can still experience the Outback Queensland Masters without even having to take a swing. Spectators (and fur babies too) can join in on the country hospitality and live entertainment at each location and grab a seat in the gallery for the final round of the million-dollar hole-in-one with an Outback Spectator Pass.
BIRDSVILLE: 15 & 16 JUNE
In Outback terms, Birdsville is as remote as they come – but the journey to Queensland’s most western frontier is all part of the adventure. Catch a spectacular sunset from Big Red in the Simpson Desert or sink a beer at the Australia’s most iconcic Outback pub the Birdsville Hotel.
BOULIA: 22 & 23 JUNE
Boulia in the heart of Outback Queensland’s Channel Country is known as the Land of the Min Min Light. Dive into Australia’s past the Boulia Heritage Complex to check out the fossil collection of marine reptiles on display. Stick around in July for the famous Boulia Camel Races.
WINTON: 29 & 30 JUNE
Below Winton’s surface, the soil is rich with dinosaur fossils and stunning boulder opal. You’ll find the world’s largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs, while the Waltzing Matilda Centre celebrates and reveals the real story of Waltzing Matilda.
BARCALDINE: 6 & 7 JULY
Thanks to its connection to the Great Artesian Basin, the town is known as the ‘Garden City of the West’. Ghost gums and ironbark line the town and you’ll quickly spot that every street here is named after a tree. The Australian Workers Heritage Centre celebrates the extraordinary legacy of working Australians.
CHARLEVILLE 13 & 14 JULY
Nestled alongside the Warrego River, Charleville is an authentic and genuine outback town with a whole lot of heart. You can meet adorable bilbies at the Charleville Bilby Experience, or take full advantage of the crystal-clear outback skies on an unparalleled stargazing experience at the Cosmos Centre.
QUILPIE: 19 – 21 JULY
Quipie is overflowing in Aussie heritage, a vibrant local art scene and outdoor activities. At St Finbarr’s Church, the altar is adorned with locally mined Boulder Opal or try your luck at the free fossicking fields. Make sure to toast an outback sunset from Baldy Top Lookout with a cold beverage in hand.
Ready to play?
Early Bird Player and Spectator Passes are on sale now for your choice of one location, three-locations and all-inclusive 6-location passes. Passes include all green fees (i.e., 18 holes at each location), breakfasts, lunches and Dinner Under the Stars. Get yours here.
Travel to Outback Queensland
Rex flies to Birdsville, Boulia, Quipie and Charleville. Book your flights here.
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