Cunnamulla

  • Cunnamulla locals reckon that in their town, the handshake's stronger and the smile lasts longer. Perhaps that's why Slim Dusty's 'Cunnamulla fella' has become the epitome of bush folk and the bronze statue of him in the main street immortalises the larrikin in all Australians as he sits on his swag enjoying the moment. Visit the Cunnamulla Fella Visitor Centre for a look into this bush legend and to collect maps of town and the many walks on offer. While you're at the Centre, take a look through the art gallery and interpretive displays explaining local history, opal mining, wool

  • Bi-Centennial Museum
    Bi-Centennial Museum

    The Bi-Centennial Museum is located in the Cunnamulla library and is open Monday to Friday.

  • Robbers Tree
    Robbers Tree

    A living reminder of the Cunnamulla Bank Robbery in 1880, The Robber, Joseph Wells, hid

  • Heritage Trail Cunnamulla
    Heritage Trail Cunnamulla

    The Cunnamulla Heritage Trail is part of the Paroo Pioneer Pathways. The trail is a

  • Cunnamulla Fella
    Cunnamulla Fella

    The Cunnamulla Fella is a song written by Stan Coster and sung by Slim Dusty.

  • Warrego River Walk
    Warrego River Walk

    Cross the Darby land bridge over the Warrego River and enjoy the walk on your

  • Allan Tannock Weir
    Allan Tannock Weir

    The Allan Tannock Weir is situated on the Warrego River five kilometres south of Cunnamulla.

  • Aldville Station
    Aldville Station

    Aldville Station is a 30,000 hectare sheep and cattle station which offers visitors a chance

  • Cunnamulla Cottage Accommodation
    Cunnamulla Cottage Accommodation

    Cunnamulla Cottage Accommodation is a century old early settler's cottage that has been renovated to

  • Cunnamulla Cabins
    Cunnamulla Cabins

    Cunnamulla Cabins are deluxe cabins, either two or one bedroom self contained cabins or cottages

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