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Best Time to Visit Bedourie, Australia

Bedourie is a small town and locality in the Shire of Diamantina, Queensland, Australia. It has a desert climate with an average temperature of 75 deg F throughout the year. The town experiences hot and dry summers and mild winters, along with little or no rainfall. It is best to visit here is from April and October when the summers have passed, and the temperature has come down a little bit.

Bedourie Attractions

Astrebla Downs National Park

Astrebla Downs is a national park located 70 miles away from Bedourie in the Shire of Diamantina, Queensland. It was recognized among the top 10 reserves of the decade by World Wildlife Fund for Nature in 2007 for its concerted efforts to save an endangered native mammal species called bilby. The park has a flat and barren landscape with few trees, but it is still home to a large number of bird species including the critically endangered night parrot.

Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre

The Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre is a visitor’s first point of discovery about the town of Bedourie. It provides an extensive range of relevant information required to start exploring the town, and it includes maps, brochures, itineraries and souvenirs, in addition to weather forecasts, road conditions and other hotspots. It also has a library and an on-site theatre.

Kidman's Tree of Knowledge

Tree of Knowledge or Kidman's Tree of Knowledge is a heritage-listed tree in Bedourie. This coolibah tree (a variety of Eucalyptus) is believed to be the tree under which a famous Australian pastoralist- Sir Sidney Kidman had once camped sometime during late 19th century. Subsequently as Sir Kidman went on to further his vast pastoral empire (amounting to 3.5% of Australian Continent), the tree also became symbolic of his achievement.

Festivals and Events

Bedourie Races and Rodeo

Bedourie Races and Rodeo comprise the third and last part of the iconic Simpson Desert Racing Carnival. This event follows other two events called Betoota Raceday and the Birdsville Races that are held over two weekends in August. It starts on Friday with a rodeo and continues to the next day and is spruced-up by food and bar facilities and musical entertainment. Visitors can also enjoy free camping during the event.

Bedourie Camel Races

Celebrated in July, the Bedourie Camel Races is an integral part of the Western Queensland Camel Festival and is closely related to the history of camel racing in outback Australia since early 20th century. This event subsequently rose in popularity index and with its prize money increasing every year, it has become a major tourist draw in the town. This event is also allied with some superb food, bar, music, dancing and free camping facilities.

Bedourie Campdraft and Gymkhana

Bedourie Campdraft and Gymkhana is a stellar display of Outback’s finest horsemanship and rodeo skills in the town of Bedourie. This popular June or July-based mega event is spread over two days (Friday and Saturday) of fun-filled musical entertainment for the whole family. One can also enjoy a mix of traditional and contemporary food items here.

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