at the back of beyond

at the back of beyond

At a very distant or remote location. His new house is really at the back of beyond—it will take us hours to get there. This private island resort is really at the back of beyond.
See also: back, beyond, of
References in classic literature ?
Now and then he volunteered a little, a very little, information about his own sotnia of Cossacks, left apparently to look after themselves somewhere at the back of beyond.
GILLILAND, Alan The Amazing Adventures of Curd the Lion and us in the Land at the Back of Beyond Shabby Sattler Press, 2008 174pp 14.
Sticking Lenny's favourite clips show on at the back of beyond on Boxing Day makes him seem like the last turkey in the shop.