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Ticket & Tent packages announced as region fills for final weekend in April! 

Where will you be on the last weekend of April? If your answer is LONGREACH in the heart of the Queensland Outback, then prepare for a party for the ages because the region is filling faster than a whipcrack over a campfire!  

In fact, demand is so high for accommodation in Longreach that organisers of the inaugural ROAD TO RODEO event on April 30 and May 1 have just announced TICKET AND TENT packages, but they are also being booked quickly!  

Road to Rodeo – An Isa Rodeo Experience brings a taste of the legendary Mount Isa Mines Rodeo experience to Longreach. Building on the dual legends of rodeo and Outback Queensland, the two days of Road to Rodeo features a full rodeo competition, a Rodeo Rock concert on Saturday evening with a knock-out music line-up, food & wine, low ‘n’ slow BBQ, Brown Brother’s Proseccos Paddock (wine tasting), markets and sideshow alley, competitor meet & greets, cooking demonstrations, bush poetry and more. The outback festival is perfectly at home in Longreach, home to stockmen, shearers, sunsets and big blue skies. 

“We are so thrilled that accommodation at Longreach is almost at capacity for the Road to Rodeo weekend! However, being the home of big skies, we just had to create more options for travellers, event and rodeo fans, and so our Ticket and Tent experiences were born!” said Natalie Flecker, CEO, Isa Rodeo Limited and Road to Rodeo. 

“Our tents are cabin style, and all twin share, fitted with 12 volt lights, fully screened and have a carpet floor. Inside are two foldout single beds, complete with all your bed linen, two chairs and a table; there’s shared amenities and street lighting is erected between the tents so it’s easy to find your way back home after a full day and night of rodeo sights, tastes and thrills! So, consider Longreach ready and welcome the world for Road to Rodeo!”

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STAR GAZER Ticket and Tent Pack (Twin Share)

$699 includes three nights – Friday 29th, Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May, plus TWO adult 2-Day General Admission tickets. 

SUN FISHER Ticket and Tent (Single)

$599 includes three nights – Friday 29th, Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May, plus ONE adult 2-Day General Admission.

Book your tickets here

VIP PASSES – there’s still a few left but are going quickly as well.

The 2-day Stockman’s Pass is $299 and provides entry to Road to Rodeo Longreach, seating in the Stockman’s Seating area, access to a VIP bar to purchase drinks, entry into events grounds, rodeo action, rodeo rocks concerts, live entertainment, exhibits, markets and sideshow alley. 


For caravanners and campers who have their own tent, van, camper trailer or event star-trailer, the Longreach Tourist Park (and a Supporting Partner, thank you!) is the perfect spot to set up Rode to Rodeo homebase. It’s walking distance to the event, or guests can take the free shuttle bus. 

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The rodeo schedule includes the Bull Ride (Open, Over 40s, 2nd & Junior Division), Saddle Bronc (Open & 2nd Division), Bareback (Open & 2nd Division), Rope & Tie (Open), Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Ladies Barrel Race, Ladies Breakaway Roping and Mini Bull Rides. 

Straight from the upper echelon of Australian country music, The Wolfe Brothers lead the line-up for the Rodeo Rock Concert on Saturday 30 April. They will be joined by skyrocketing country star and winner of the 2020 People’s Choice winner in the Toyota Tamworth Country Music Festival Bella Mackenzie from Mackay, along with fellow North Queenslander Luke Geiger & Bareback, a finalist in Rise-Up at this year’s Winton’s Way Out West Festival, and from Wingham on the mid-north coast of NSW, young country superstar James Johnston. Two local Longreach music-makers will star on stage with the national names – young, rising talent Corinne Ballard and local legend, singer-songwriter John Hawkes who comes with his bullock named Ollie! 

So… Pack your boots, buckles, wide brimmed hats and sense of adventure and see you in Longreach – BOOK NOW!

You can drive, train, fly or bus to Longreach. It’s a long way from most places, and that’s the beauty of the place –for information on HOW TO GET THERE, where to visit and why two days isn’t enough visit the website and for MORE ROAD TO RODEO TIPS AND TRICKS, subscribe: