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2 Week Outback Queensland Itinerary: The Ultimate Road Trip

What to see on an Outback Queensland road trip - 2 week itinerary

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Our journey through Outback Queensland confirmed yet again how much we love taking road trips.

It’s our favourite way to travel as a family, and nothing beats the freedom and adventure of packing the kids up in the car and hitting the open road!

We love Outback Queensland as a road trip destination and how the landscapes, the history, the culture, the people, the stories and the space keeps us coming back for more – it gets under your skin!

If you’re planning a 2 week Outback Queensland itinerary and not sure where to go or what to add to your itinerary, then you’re in luck, as we’ve shared the ultimate road trip itinerary for Outback QLD below!

Tips for a 2 week Outback Queensland road trip

Disclaimer: We partnered with Outback Queensland Tourism Association for this family road trip. To get more informed about attractions and destinations check out their website and their family holiday deals for your trip to the Outback. All thoughts, ideas and opinions in this guide are our own.

The Ultimate 2 Week Outback Queensland Itinerary

These are not only our tips, but insider tips from the locals in each town and from our online community. They shared with us the best things to see and do between Roma and Winton.

The best way to experience Outback Queensland is a self-drive. I’ve broken each destination into things to see and do, places to eat and drink, and where we slept at night.

Day 1: Roma to Outback Queensland

We set off from our home on the Gold Coast to start our Outback adventure in Roma, the gateway to Outback Queensland for us.

It was a six-hour drive to Roma, but we took out time with pit stops in Toowoomba and Chinchilla, and other than this first day no other drive between towns was longer than 2.5 hours – the Outback is spacious, but it’s not that spread out!

After arriving in Roma, I recommend you overnight at the Roma Central Motel, one of the best regional motels we have stayed in anywhere. Modern, free wifi, free breakfast pack, family rooms, friendly owners and centrally located.

For dinner in Roma, the family friendly White Bull Tavern introduced us to the big and hearty steaks you can expect in this region, and the kids will enjoy drawing all over the white paper tablecloths.

Rump steak with mushroom sauce at the White Bull Tavern in Roma, Outback Queensland
Rump steak with mushroom sauce at the White Bull Tavern

Day 2: Explore Roma

Grab an early breakfast…

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