Nestled on the banks of the famous Barcoo River, Blackall and Tambo enjoy fresh country air and a relaxed, peaceful and friendly atmosphere. Marvel at how much these two small country towns have to share with visitors of the region.
Blackall offers many cultural and historic attractions which include the Blackall Woolscour, Jack Howe Memorial Statue & Museum, the Aquatic Centre and the famous Black Stump. Find unique works of art, including sculptures and paintings, created by visiting and local artists. Blackall is home to various bird and wild life which can often be seen while walking along the Barcoo River trail. Take time to visit Idalia National Park, 112km from town, a showcase for a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Tambo is home to various heritage buildings including the Post and Telegraph Museum and Courthouse. Visit the Tambo Teddy Bear workshop and watch these pure wool teddies come alive in front of you. Those with a passion for art can visit the Grassland Art Gallery to admire the latest exhibition on display. Travel the Wilderness Way, 320 km round trip, and see Salvator Rosa National Park with landscapes of deep gorges and vast cliff lines.