If the Midlander passenger train had been running on time 60 years ago on February 26, 1960, five siblings on board would not be alive to tell their story of one of Queensland's worst rail disasters.
Rain may have come too late for organisers of the Harry Redford Cattle Drive to swing into gear and revive the iconic droving experience for 2020 but bush cooks will get a chance to show their skills at a Drive reunion.
MARRIED women or women with children may be able to enter the Queensland Country Life Miss Showgirl awards under proposed changes to the youth engagement and personal development competition.
New podcast encourages farmers and rural folk to improve mental wellbeing and resilience in the bush
Plenty of social golfers could be tempted out of the 19th hole with the announcement by Golf Australia that it was putting up the world's largest amateur golfing prize pool for the 2020 Outback Queensland Masters.
The hospitality and ingenuity that western Queensland is renowned for not only helped saved a tourist's life just after Christmas last year; it also came to the rescue of his partner stranded miles from home.
More public art, new indigenous tourism offerings and getting out the word about the region's attractions are among the priorities highlighted in a new visitor strategy put together by the Goondiwindi Regional Council.