The gateway to western Queensland sites such as the Dig Tree, Currawinya National Park and Cameron Corner, Thargomindah is as neat as a pin.
Story By Kerryn Suttor
The sun sets over the red plains, softening the harsh landscape with its crimson and magenta hues. Gum trees bask in the dusk, their trunks brilliant white. A barking owl calls out across the Bulloo River. Thargomindah, in south-west Queensland, leaves a lasting impression on all who visit.
This story excerpt is from Issue #106
Outback Magazine: Apr/May 2016