BIRDSVILLE ATTRACTIONS

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Big Red Sand Dune

Marvel at Big Red, the 40-metre-high sand dune that marks the symbolic eastern edge of the Simpson Desert. Situated approximately 35 kilometres west of Birdsville, it is one of 1,140 parallel dunes that...

Birdsville Billabong

The billabong, located on the edge of town, is a beautiful place to view the outback sunset and you can also enjoy walking, kayaking, swimming or fishing. Across the water is Pelican Point, a small peninsula...

Birdsville Racecourse

The Birdsville Races are world renowned. You'll find the track three kilometres east of the town. If you're lucky enough to be in Birdsville on the first Saturday of September, you'll be part of one of...

Birdsville Waddi Trees

Reach out and touch the ancient past. Located 12 kilometres from Birdsville is a stand of rare Waddi trees

Bourke and Wills Tree

The Burke and Wills Tree at Birdsville was marked as part of the Burke and Wills expedition in the 1800s

Carcory Homestead Ruins

The Carcory Homestead was built in the 1870s and is situated on the road between Birdsville and Bedourie.

Frontier Australia Inland Mission Hospital

Take a trip back in time and check out how the sick and injured were treated in this hospital back in the early 1900s.

Geothermal Power Station

Birdsville is home to the only operating geothermal power station in Australia.

Munga-Thirri National Park - Business:(07) 4656 3272

Every year, adventurous travellers from Australia and around the world experience the thrill of crossing the Simpson Desert. Home to thousands of towering sand dunes, saltpans and rolling grey-green spinifex,...

Wirrarri Visitor Information Centre - Business: 07 4656 3300

Want to know about local road conditions or the weather, get a few travelling tips and find out what to see and do?

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