Message from The Premier Of Queensland
Minister for Tourism Industry Development and
Innovation and Minister for Sport
Welcome to the Outback Queensland Masters, as we continue to celebrate the Year of Outback Tourism.
You are in for a special experience, whether you are stepping out onto the course in Biloela, Charleville, Quilpie, Blackall, Hughenden or Longreach.
This is an opportunity to take a swing at being a pro circuit player while connecting with the Outback spirit. The tournament includes a ‘Million Dollar Hole-in-One Challenge’ as part of the finale event in Longreach.
Queensland’s Outback is one of Australia’s most beautiful regions, and the Year of Outback Tourism continues to showcase its many experiences, opportunities to explore, and amazing flora and fauna. It is also a great opportunity to meet many wonderful Queenslanders along the way!
At this time, we are all mindful of the economic challenges of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Queensland Government continues to work with Queenslanders throughout the State so we can unite and recover for Queensland jobs.
We have strengthened our support for the tourism industry because it is important to Outback Queensland and to the Queensland economy. Tourism is a major industry for Queensland, and a strong contributor for Outback Queensland’s regional economy. That is why the Queensland Government is delighted to work with Golf Australia. Together, we are supporting Queenslanders and creating jobs for Queenslanders.
More than 50 events and experiences have been supported by the Queensland Government’s Year of Outback Tourism Events Program, and these emphasise the outstanding choice offered by Outback Queensland, for Queenslanders and for visitors to our great State.
We hope you enjoy the Outback Queensland Masters.
Share your photos, post your stories, tell your friends, and make plans to head back to Queensland’s Outback.
|Annastacia Palaszczuk MP
Premier of Queensland
Minister For Trade
|Stirling Hinchliffe MP
Minister for Tourism Industry Development and Innovation
Minister for Sport
Outback Queensland Masters is funded under the
Year of Outback Tourism Events Program.