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Outback Queensland Muster - travel season launch

Australian travel media and Outback Queensland tourism operators gathered to celebrate the official launch of Outback Queensland’s 2022 travel season and new Travellers Guide. The night showcased the outback’s most spectacular experiences ready to welcome new and returning travellers to Queensland’s backyard.

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Outback Dan Walker (Camden Park Station), and Loretta Ryan (ABC Brisbane Radio)

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Theresa Famularo (Outback Queensland Masters), Elli Vukasovic (Mount Isa Rodeo), and Steve Jones (REX)

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Daniel Gschwind (Queensland Tourism Industry Council) and Outback Dan Walker (Camden Park Station)

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Tim Bond (ThisMagnificentLife.com), Liz Bond (ThisMagnificentLife.com), and Melissa Delaware (Thrifty Family Travels)

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Tracey Rivers (National Seniors), Mary-Jane Lawless (National Travel), and Michelle Alcorn (National Seniors)

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Denise Brown (Outback Queensland Tourism Association) and Toni Palmer (Queensland Symphony Orchestra)

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Daniel Gerschwind (Queensland Tourism Industry Council) and Mr Michael Healy MP (Assistant Minister for Tourism Industry Development)

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Theresa Famularo (Outback Queensland Masters), Sally Bird (Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival), Krista Hauritz (Outback Queensland Masters), and Racheal Klitscher (Tourism and Events Queensland)

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Hon Stirling Hinchliffe (Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport and Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics and Paralympics Sport and Engagement), Denise Brown (Outback Queensland Tourism Association), and Mr Michael Healy MP (Assistant Minister for Tourism Industry Development)

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Steve Jones (REX), Elli Vukasovic (Mount Isa Rodeo), and Theresa Famularo (Outback Queensland Masters)