Boulia

Queensland

Boulia is the last Queensland town on the Outback Highway which goes to Laverton in Western Australia. The town has a population of 350 people and features 3 accommodation venues (hotel/motel, caravan park, motel), a Visitor Information and Tourist centre, a museum, a world class fossil display of Ichthyosaurs, a supermarket, roadhouse, three coffee outlets and multi ‐purpose sports and aquatic centre. Boulia was once part of the great Eromanga inland sea and many Ichthyosaur and other Plesiosaur fossils have been located here.

Boulia plays host to the biggest camel race in Queensland every July and features the longest camel race in Australia. There are events and activities held every month which can be seen on the Council facebook page.

Facilities in this Town:

  • • Basketball Court
  • • Camping Requirements
  • • Caravan Park
  • • Coffee Shop
  • • Dump Point
  • • Eateries
  • • Free WIFI
  • • Hotel
  • • Medical Centre
  • • Motel
  • • Restaurants
  • • Royal Flying Doctor Service
  • • Shopping Centre
  • • Souvenirs
  • • Sports & Recreation
  • • Squash Courts
  • • swimming pool
  • • Tennis Court
  • • Tyre Service

Connect with this town

Local Information Centre:

Visitor Information Centre:
25 Herbert Street Boulia

PH: 07 4746 3386
Fax: 07  4746 3387
e: tourism@boulia.qld.gov.au
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinMinEncounterVisitorInformationCentre

 

Council Website: http://www.boulia.qld.gov.au/