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Outback Million Dollar Hole-In-One Locations Announced!


Following the excitement of the 2,800 kilometre golfing adventure of this year’s Outback Queensland Masters, locations for Australia’s most remote and amateur golf series in 2024 have just been announced.

Tourism and Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said I’m very pleased to announce the six locations for the 2024 Outback Queensland Masters which will tee off in June 2024 from our most remote golf course in Queensland, the iconic Birdsville Dunes Golf Club, and then onto to Boulia in the land of the Min Min Light, Winton, Barcaldine, Charleville and culminating in July 2024 in Quilpie for the Million Dollar Hole-In-One.

“Fast becoming an iconic Australian bucket list destination golf event, the Outback Queensland Masters this year attracted players from every state of Australia, some travelling some 10,000 km to compete in Queensland.

“Since its inception in 2019, the Outback Queensland Masters has gone from strength to strength, generating millions of dollars in visitor spend for the remote communities of Outback Queensland, and in 2022 generated 13,062 visitor nights and contributed $1.89M to the Queensland economy.

“2024 promises to be another major for the Outback Queensland Masters and the region’s much-loved visitor experiences.”

The golfing tournament of a different kind will converge on the tiny town of Quilpie in Southern Outback Queensland for the Million Dollar Hole-In-One finale in July 2024.

Quilpie Shire Mayor, Stuart Mackenzie explains the Quilpie Shire Council has been a great supporter of the Outback Masters since the concept was first proposed.

“We may be 1,000km west of Brisbane and have a population of under 1,000 people, but it doesn’t stop us from attracting signature events such as the Outback Queensland Masters.

“We have put our hand up every year to host a tournament and successfully have hosted the event twice, with a player scoring a $10,000 hole-in-one in 2021.

“We are so excited to have the finale here next year for a weekend of laughs, entertainment and of course, golf. A huge congratulations to our local golf club whose wonderful hospitality and quality facilities have been instrumental in achieving this great event.”

Golf Australia, Queensland and Northern Territory Manager, Luke Bates said while no competitors were going home with the million dollars, there were still plenty of wins to celebrate at the Mount Isa final. Congratulations to all our 2023 winners!

“Mount Isa Orange Jacket winners were Women’s Karren Smith of the Redland Bay Golf Club with a score totalling 40 points and, in the Men’s, Graham Burton of Cooktown Golf Club with 41 points for an 18-hole total.

“Our 2023 series Brolga Division winners for 2023 are Charleville Golf Club’s Robyne Clayton and Peter Skeers from Henty Golf Club. In the Bilby Division, congratulations to women’s series winner Deborah Kent, of Longreef Golf Club and our men’s winner Keith Piper of Western Australia’s Wanneroo Golf Club.

“Outback Queensland’s sand green courses exemplify how different the game of golf can be and provide a unique experience for players of all levels and ages.

“This competition isn’t all about winning, it’s all about the experience, discovering new places and meeting new people, and most of all to have a lot of fun.”

The Outback Queensland Masters was recently recognised nationally taking out gold at the 2022 Australian Tourism Awards, Queensland Tourism Awards, and gold for the Best Grey Nomad Event 2022.

The 2024 Outback Queensland Masters is presented by Golf Australia, with strategic partner Tourism and Events Queensland and Birdie Spirit Partners, the PGA of Australia and Rex Airlines, and Mateship Partners, Diamantina Shire Council, Boulia Shire Council, Winton Shire Council, Barcaldine Regional Council, Murweh Shire Council and Quilpie Shire Council.

The hotly contested early bird passes for the 2024 Outback Queensland Masters are on sale from Monday 24 July 2023 at

Outback Queensland Masters is supported by the Queensland Government, through Tourism and Events Queensland.


Million Dollar Closest to the Pin

Women – Colleen Millar, Woodlands Golf Club, NSW.
Men – David Heath, Goondiwindi Golf Club, QLD.
Mount Isa Orange Jacket Winners
Women – Karren Smith, Redland Bay Golf Club, 40 points.
Men – Graham Burton, Cooktown Golf Club, 41 points.
Best 6 (9 hole) rounds

Brolga Division: GA handicap 21.9 and below.
Women – Robyne Clayton, Charleville Golf Club, QLD.
Men – Peter Skeers, Henty Golf Club, NSW.


Bilby Division: GA handicap 22.0 and above.
Women – Deborah Kent, Long Reef Golf Club, NSW.
Men – Keith Piper, Wanneroo Golf Club, WA.

Click here for all 2023 results.



Event 1 Birdsville – June 15 & 16, 2024
Event 2 Boulia – June 22 & 23, 2024
Event 3 Winton – June 29 & 30, 2024
Event 4 Barcaldine – July 6 & 7, 2024
Event 5 Charleville – July 13 & 14, 2024
Event 6 Quilpie – July 19, 20, & 21, 2024



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Chris Evans
Events Manager, QLD
0439 730 357


Cr. Stuart Mackenzie
Quilpie Shire Council, Mayor
M 0429 069 314

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