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Bedourie - Cities, Towns and Localities
First established in 1880, this outback town of Bedourie is situated on the banks of the Eyre Creek, it is the main rural centre in a shire that covers some 95,000 sq kilometres one of the largest shires in Australia. The properties that surround Bedourie are also some of the largest private land holdings in the country.

Nearby is the Simpson Desert National Park one of the most inhospitable and dangerous areas in Australia. The Diamantina National Park whilst not as inhospitable as the Simpson Desert is home to one of Australia's most famous native animals the Bilby.

Check out our listing of Bedourie accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre Diamantina Shire Council
Ph: 07 4746 1202
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Bedourie Attractions

Diamantina National Park
• Vast National Park covering some 500,000 ha of open plains in the far west Queensland channel country. The Diamantina River and its tributaries flow through this country and is a welcome break in the monotonous flat plains that surround you wherever you go out here.
Simpson Desert National Park
• Not for the faint hearted this park has no camping facilities, walking tracks or picnic areas and should only be attempted by the well equipped and adventurous 4WD traveller with spare fuel, spare parts, medical supplies, and plenty of spare water. The best time to visit is during the winter as temperatures often soar into the mid 40's or over 50 degree's during the rest of the year. Winter temperatures can be freezing. Sand driving experience is also a necessity in this area.

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