The Remotest Aussie Outback Adventure
95 Million Years In The Making.
Your luxury tented stay will take you back millions of years to when Outback Australia was an ocean and the earth was inhabited by monster dinosaurs.
RANGELANDS OUTBACK CAMP is an exclusive 8 (eight) TENT CAMP for only 16 pampered guests.
You’ll get to immerse yourself in the true outback story of what earth was like millions of years ago but in 21st century style & comfort.
Each supersize tent has a king size bed (or king singles) with top designer comforts, Air Con and touches of the lands heritage.
Your rustic outback bathroom allows you to experience a shower with a spectacular landscape view.
Our gourmet chef will satisfy your appetite with delicious meals that stay in touch with our outback culture with local herbs & spices
Rangelands Outback Camp is located atop a jump up or mesa on Rangelands Station, a working cattle property 10km north of Winton, Queensland, Australia. The Winton Shire covers 53,935 square kilometres and has a population of a mere 1,600 people. It is the centre of an important cattle and sheep raising region of predominantly flat semi-arid land known as the Channel Country.
4 days is just enough
We recommend a 4 day / 3 night visit to give you a maximum adventure of “Dinosaur Country” – Winton, QLD Australia.
Visiting “Lark Quarry” to witness the footprints of the world’s only known dinosaur stampede showing thousands of footprints.
Exploring the “Australian Age of Dinosaurs” where you’ll learn how hundreds of dinosaurs were discovered and watch volunteers restore ancient skeletons for exhibit.
Mixing it with the Winton town locals in historic pub bars & sidewalk dining.
Absorbing a cinema night in one of the last remaining original Australian outdoor cinemas with canvas seats.
Spending some awe-inspiring museum moments engulfed by Australia’s unofficial national anthem – Waltzing Matilda.
Stepping back in time at your own Rangelands Outback Camp “rifts” right at your doorstep will give you a hundred photographic memories to treasure.
Indigenous culture of the region will never be far away as you listen to stories and music drifting through the campfire nights.
The most spectacular sunsets, sunrises and star gazing.