How to get here
Cunnamulla is located 972 km west of Brisbane and 120 km north of the NSW border on the Warrego River. Ideally placed at the crossroads of the Adventure Way and the Matilda Way, it’s the perfect stop on an outback road trip. All roads to Cunnamulla are sealed.
Here are some top road trip itineraries to help you plan your visit:
REX (Regional Express Airlines) flies twice weekly between Brisbane and Cunnamulla. Known as the Cobb & Co Flight Route, you’ll stop at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport and St George Airport in both directions. Enjoy the spectacular view of Outback Queensland from the air on your way to Cunnamulla. For REX bookings phone 13 17 13, or visit www.rex.com.au
Alternatively, visitors can fly into Charleville with Qantaslink and collect a hire car for the short drive to/from Cunnamulla.
A great way to start the perfect outback adventure is aboard the historic Westlander train. Travel from Brisbane across the Great Dividing Range to Charleville and connect with a rail coach service to Cunnamulla. To book travel on Queensland Rail Travel’s services, phone 1800 TRAINS (872 467) or visit www.queenslandrailtravel.com.au
Getting to Cunnamulla with Bus Queensland is as easy as booking an online ticket at www.busqld.com.au or calling 1300 287 537 and chatting to one of the friendly staff. The new coaches offer passenger comfort and convenience — sit back, relax and watch the scenery unfold. Services to Cunnamulla run from St George with connections to Toowoomba on the Moonie Highway and arrive at Cunnamulla at 7:45 pm from St George on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and depart from Cunnamulla at 6:45 am on a Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.