Latest Birdsville News

New University Study Hubs Help Students To Stay In Their Communities
Four new Regional University Study Hubs for regional Queensland
Ten New Study Hubs For Regional Australia
Australian Prime Minister Radio interview – ABC Radio Brisbane Drive
Remarks – Brisbane
Queensland Government unveils plan to unlock jobs for Central and Western Queensland
Survival of hottest: Lessons from sweltering Birdsville
Navy life at the touch of a button
Safe landing for Tibooburra Airstrip upgrade
Hawkesbury Australia Day 2023 award winners announced
First Nations funding to Look After Country
Severe to extreme heatwave conditions across northern and central Australia this week
Great lifestyle boosts September visitor economy
Central west officers save emu chick
Five billion containers for change
Mithaka people make Betoota their home base
Million more reasons to Road Trip this winter & support regional Queensland
Outback Adventure raises half million dollars for prostate cancer research
Traditional Owners in Lake Eyre Basin regions recognised
There’s so much to do in 2022
Australian stories on show at Newcastle Museum
CEO’s 2021 Year in Review and 2022 Preview
Disaster assistance available for flooded Western Queensland communities
QDEP Round 16 announced
QDEP Round 16 successful recipients announced
More water on table to drive growth, jobs in West
New tourism attractions create jobs during Qld’s time of need
COVID Works for Queensland projects announced
Regional Queensland benefits from COVID Works for Queensland program
Sales boom for Aussie sex toy retail businesses during self-isolation crisis
Camping, fossicking out statewide
Researcher seeks solution to tourism quandary
More Outback event funding to help industry, as Year of Indigenous Tourism also ramps up
AgForce locks in dates for our Lake Eyre Basin consultation
Events calendar to pump 880 million dollard into Queensland economy
Events calendar to pump $880m into Queensland economy
Screen Australia announces $2 million in funding for 11 documentaries
It’s time to talk treaty in Queensland
Year of Outback Tourism kicks on with 2FOR1 train tickets (Ministerial statement)
Year of Outback Tourism kicks on with 2FOR1 train tickets
Palaszczuk Government backs bush in Year of Outback Tourism
Sky Racing set to broadcast Birdsville
Box rallies raises $20 million for life-saving cancer research
Palaszczuk Government to boost outback connectivity and jobs
Yarrabah festival celebrates First Nations’ arts and culture
Second round of grants for future Outback events as winter tourism ramps up
North West and Far West Queensland councils to share in $14.25 million worth of jobs-supporting infrastructure grants