Over 300 people, part of the Solo network of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia, have made Blackall home for a week.
If you're in the Clermont region and you see a T-shirt that says #smashSMARD, chances are the wearer is one of the many generous people who helped raise more than $45,000 for an extremely rare genetic condition that took one of their youngest members from them early this year.
The Barcoo River rest area on the Landsborough Highway provided a unique setting on Sunday for nearly 100 women from Blackall and Tambo to spread some Mother's Day cheer.
Australia's legendary inland sea is filling, greening the desert and attracting wildlife and tourists from far and wide.
Blackall's young dancers are zooming - and hip-hopping, toe-pointing and jiving to the jazz tunes - thanks to video technology and Red Ridge Interior Queensland Ltd.
Finding strength from those nearest and dearest could be one area of help for those on the land who might be struggling, according to Stephen Moore.
Love and honour shine out from every frame of the song sung by Tambo's Sam Sargood in a new series currently airing on national television.
Dirranband Show Society secretary Lorraine Crothers said more so now than ever, a local show is an important event.
Years of connecting up with schoolmates across the crackly airwaves of distance education, coupled with the loss of his father when he was 12, instilled a deep desire in western Queensland expatriate Rupert Ballinger to help people connect.