With a town population of just 16, and located two hours south-west of Mount Isa, the Urandangie annual cricket day may be one of the most remote of its kind anywhere.
This only adds to its importance as people gather from surrounding stations for the end of year social event that involves raising funds, catching up and whacking sixes.
Urandangie pub owner Pam Forster said this was the tenth year in a row it had been running in Urandangie.
"The surrounding stations make up the teams of eight and this year there were six teams in the round robin knockout," Ms Forster said.
"Its the final event of the year where everyone gets together and enjoys each others company but its also an opportunity to say goodbye if someone is leaving."
Ms Forster said roughly 75 people came from all over to take part in the cricket day and this year it was won by Tobermorey Station (NT).
In the end the day raised close to $5000 for the Salvation Army Outback Flying Service.
"The Salvation Army have done a lot for us out here, from Anzac day, Lady Pampers day to a Christmas party, they are always there so its good to support them back," Ms Forster said.
This figure brings the total funds raised in this minute town of 10 adults and six children (permanent) and the various stations of the region to $29,167.35 since the cricket day began.
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