The Australian Outback is a term that refers to the expansive dry and remote part of the country. ‘Outback’ generally refers to remote areas in the wild. The bush area has a wild charm that appeals to visitors looking for adventure in Australia. What better way to enjoy this adventure than to combine a spectacular event with the allure of the outdoors?
The exciting show seeks to celebrate the spirit of the iconic Australian Horse and also honor the legendary Phar Lap. Set on a world class stage, the show features some of the most amazing animals in Australia’s most epic legends. The characters in the show are larger than life, and add to the vibrancy of the event.
Look out for the awe-inspiring effects that will keep you in suspense throughout the show. This is more than just a night out for visitors who are keen to earn of Australia’s beautiful history; it is a beautiful show that celebrates the country’s valor, its endearing traditions and overall its unique sense of humor.
The amazing show that Australian Outback Spectacular is does not end there. Attendants are treated to musical performances to compliment the verve of the show. The music performances are specially made for the show, and are a superb addition to the show’s eclectic nature. Look out for some of the best musical acts in Australia on this night.
Are you wondering where you will get all the energy you need for this high-octane event? Worry not as there’s enough food available on location. The show’s organizers put together a feast that serves up to 1000 people per event. Think about a feat put together by tens of stockmen who are well-versed with Australia’s culinary style, good old Aussie beer or wine or soft drink, perfect for the audience in attendance.
The show is open to the audience by bookings only. Bookings can be made online on the show’s official website. Doors open one hour before show time, and the show lasts 1.5 hours (this is inclusive of the three course meal).
The show’s presentation by the famous R. M. Williams is a night worth experiencing. Some of the facilities that will enhance this experience include guest services, seating space for wheelchair users (although limited) and accessible washroom facilities. Parking is also available on location.
The cloak room offers storage facilities for bulky items such as baby strollers. Note however, that due to the nature of these performances, video cameras, still cameras and use of mobile phones is strongly prohibited during the show.
For more information on the Australian Outback Spectacular, use the details below:
Address: 1 Entertainment Road, Pacific Highway, Oxenford Queensland 4210, Australia.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday at 1930 hours
Open on selected Sundays at 1230 hours
Closed on Christmas Day
Phone number: (07) 5573 3999
Ticket Prices: show tickets start from $90. Backstage tours cost $20. Group bookings are available.
Distance from Brisbane: 60 kilometers