Thousands converge on Boulia in outback Queensland for camel racing bonanza | 7NEWS

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The outback town of Boulia is tonight bursting at the seams, after thousands of racing enthusiasts humped it out to the edge of the Simpson Desert.

They’re in town for the Melbourne Cup of camel racing.

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