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Julia Creek

Welcome to Julia Creek, Queensland Outback, a region well known for its stunning rivers, streams, cliffs and desert landscapes.

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Julia Creek Vacation Packages

The national capital, Canberra, sits 1,100 mile southeast of Julia Creek.

Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre, found only 6 miles outside of Julia Creek, is an impressive natural attraction that everyone should see.

If you aren't one to take a vacation just to shuffle between the hot tub and the bar, we've got something for you. Outdoor adventures like rock climbing and mountain climbing will always get you looking good and feeling great.

If you're someone who likes to kick back and relax while away on vacation, why not try a bit of picnicking and bird watching?

Bring along an open mind and sign up for some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.

Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Queensland Outback offers a variety art museums, history museums, art galleries and craft workshops.

Rejuvenate your travel-weary body at some enjoyable outdoor attractions. This region offers visitors a nice variety of open-air museums and open-air exhibits.

Sampling some popular food and drink is a delicious way to discover a region's culture.

Beef and bush tucker are a couple of popular ingredients that you'll come across.

Any well-versed foodie should make sure they experience salt and pepper squid and meat pie before looking to any other local dishes.

Stimulate your sweet tooth with some peach melba, a scrumptious dessert.

Order yourself a bottle of XXXX Summer Bright Larger, one of this region's best beers.

One of the most consumed spirits in the area is Bundaberg Spiced Rum.

Chill out with a bottle of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon or Riverina Chardonnay from the local vineyards.

If you're here for the 26th of January, you can embrace the festive mood of Australia Day, a national day of celebration.

As the sun sets on your Queensland Outback vacation, don't be surprised if you find yourself making plans to soon come back to this gorgeous place.

If your plans include leaving by air, you'll want to know that the most convenient airport for you is 140 miles to the west.