BOULIA CAMEL RACES: 16 - 18 July 2021

17 - 19 July 2020



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New Min Min Light Sighting!


Sightings of the mysterious Min Min Light phenomena are reported every year in Boulia.  The most recent was reported to the Boulia Visitor Information Centre in May 2019… “So staying in our caravan on a property at Macsland, on our third night sitting up chatting, we saw a light heading directly towards us.  Thinking it was…


New Glamping Experience at Boulia Camel Races!


New to the Boulia Camel Races in July 2019 are glamping tents available onsite during the races!  Stay in a luxurious bell style tent, set up with bedding and all the extra comforts and luxuries.   This luxury accomodation is provided by Outback Tents & Events and available in 2019 for a special introductory price of…

Outback Masters

Play or Watch Outback Masters in Boulia after the Camels!


  On Monday 22 July and Tuesday 23rd July 2019 watch or play the Outback Masters golf event in Boulia – straight after the Boulia Camel Races ends! Experience Outback Queensland Masters in Boulia without having to take a swing with an Outback Spectator Pass.  The $100 pass gives access to the Boulia event, including, 2 x Breakfasts,…

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Travellers Hump-it to Boulia for Melbourne Cup of Camel Racing


The tiny Outback Queensland town of Boulia is bursting at the seams, as the town’s 300 residents are joined by thousands more arriving to witness the iconic Boulia Camel Races this weekend, 20-22 July. It’s hailed as the Melbourne Cup of Camel Racing and attracts both racing competitors and tourists from interstate, to the very…

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Annual migration to Qld’s Outback to begin from Big Red to Boulia


Touted as the best ever Outback Queensland winter northern migration path yet, the Melbourne Cup of Camel Races, the Boulia Camel Races are working in sync with the major success story that is the Birdsville Big Red Bash. Boulia has set its races to the ideal dates to create the ultimate Outback Queensland itinerary for…




Twenty years on from its first camel race, the tiny town of Boulia in Outback Queensland, with a population of just 230 people, is seeing more locals drawn to the business of camel racing, including partners, Dannileah Stewart and Ronnie Callope. A strong field of locally trained camels will be at the starting gates on…

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