Winton to celebrate the ‘Year of the Outback’ with huge festival

In Travel News by The H4C Team

Looking to experience a little classic Aussie culture? This September (24-29), head to Queensland’s Winton during its ‘Year of the Outback’ for the 25th Outback Festival.

Set to be its biggest event yet, the quirky gathering will feature an array of eyebrow-raising activities – think a unique ‘dunny derby’ and wool bale rolling. Oh, this is no ordinary event…

Events like whip-cracking and bush poetry will celebrate classic Aussie culture

Celebrating the charms of country life, the Outback Festival will include plenty of live entertainment, plus whip-cracking, strongman challenges, a heritage truck show, a grand parade, bush poetry readings and a special Century Cycle Challenge. There’ll also be special guests, with the lineup yet to be announced – watch this space.

To find out more about Winton’s 25th annual Outback Festival or to book accommodation,visit the festival’s website here.

Image credit: Sally Bird, Outback Qld Tourism Association