Celebrating Australia, and sharing it with the world.
Essentially, OUTBACK is about life beyond the city – anywhere that is remote, different, challenging and non-urban. It is in south-west Tasmania, the far reaches of the Pilbara, and along the Great Divide in New South Wales, just as much as it is in central Australia.
Throughout more than 135 issues, OUTBACK has stayed true to a central task – telling the stories of the bush and focusing on the positives that can be found and shared in that storytelling. This was what drove RM Williams when he set up his first publishing company back in the 1940s. We are proud to continue this legacy, and to chronicle the bush – a place where hardship and sorrow are all too often present, but where joy and inspiration are always to be found somewhere.
This is what we look for when our contributors travel the country. This is what motivates us. We believe that in telling such stories we help to inspire others who might not know of the variety and strength of the people who live beyond the horizons.
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We have handpicked a selection of articles that will immerse you in real Australian people, places, animals and issues. Come back regularly as we will be adding new articles fortnightly.
As well as OUTBACK magazine, R.M.Williams Publishing produces a range of other magazines and books designed to entertain and inform readers. These are hardcover books about luxury travel in the bush and publications devoted to great outback stations, poetry, children’s books and more. We also produce a range of calendars and diaries showcasing the unique beauty of Australia.
All of our magazines and many of our books are available via our website and news agencies and also appear in digital formats, from iPad magazines to e-books, with multimedia galleries and purpose-designed functionality to bring the stories to life in your hands. We also have a strong social-media engagement, with more than 150,000 followers on Facebook, as well as growing audiences on Instagram and Twitter.