Things to see and do

Cunnamulla Fella Centre – Visitor Information Centre, Art Gallery & Museum

The Cunnamulla Fella Centre is the cultural centre of Cunnamulla and home to the Regional Art Gallery, Artesian Time Tunnel, Museum Heritage Exhibition, Visitor Information Centre and the Shire Hall Performing Arts and Community Centre

Centenary Park, Jane Street, Cunnamulla

P: (07) 4655 8470

E: [email protected]

Cunnamulla Heritage Trail

Discover the unique town character and the story behind many of the historical buildings and businesses including hotels, saddlery, Tonkin House, churches and The Warrego Watchman. Walk the trail at your own pace or join a guided tour with a local.

Cunnamulla Sand hills & Walking Tracks

Stretch your legs on the walking tracks through the park and sand hills on the outskirts of town. Cunnamulla has some of the best natural sand hills in Australia. If ‘sight-doing’ is more your thing, then get ready to burn a few calories with some sand-boarding.

Cunnamulla Bushlands

The Cunnamulla Bushlands takes you on a journey through six of the regional ecosystems within the Shire. A looped walking track meanders along a flowing waterway that ends at the Wetlands. Ask for a map at the Cunnamulla Fella Information Centre. Join our Morning Tea Bushlands Guided Walk for a gold coin donation.


P: (07) 4655 8470

Warrego River Walk

The Warrego River Walk follows along the Warrego River and across the black flood plains. Interpretive signage identifies the various vegetation, animal and bird life, which varies depending on the season.

Charlotte Plains sheep and cattle station

"Charlotte Plains" is an authentic working sheep and cattle property. Visitors to Charlotte Plains sheep and cattle station are treated to a welcome soak in their 1890s station bore. Its inviting mineral-laden water comes straight from the Great Artesian Basin.

1993 Charlotte Plains Rd, Cunnamulla

P: (07) 4655 4923

E: [email protected]

Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary

In the heart of the Mulga Lands Bioregion, Bowra is renowned as a hotspot for inland Australia’s threatened birdlife and one of the country’s most rewarding birdwatching destinations with a bird list of over two hundred species.

P: (07) 4655 1238

Eulo Queen Hotel

Sample the Eulo Queen Hotel’s signature dish, the Eulo Queen Special Sausages. Take a moment to learn about the Eulo Queens life and the early history of the town by reading some of the local stories posted on the walls.

Leo Street, Eulo

P: (07) 46554867

E: [email protected]

Eulo Mud Baths

Soak in antique baths, in a beautiful bush setting, under the stars. Bathe in milky grey artesian mud drawn fresh from ancient springs. Warmed by braziers on cold winter nights, you’ll be served wine and nibbles in these ultimate artesian mud baths.

67km west of Cunnamulla along the Adventure Highway

P: (07) 4655 4890

E: [email protected]

Wyandra Beach

Wyandra is about 100km north of Cunnamulla and boasts its very own beach. Popular with locals and visitors alike, ‘The Beach’ on the Warrego River was so named given its appealing sandy enclave, perfect for picnics, swimming and playing in the sand.

Wyandra Heritage Trail

Enjoy a walk along the Heritage trail and the chance to meet the ghosts of earlier times. You’ll see some interesting examples of outback architecture with some great old buildings from the boom period. Finish your walk with a cool drink at the Gladstone Hotel.

Powerhouse Museum

The Powerhouse and two national engines were moved here from Cunnamulla in 1955. Prior to that time there was no electricity supply. Visit the newly established museum in the Power House which provided power to the town from 1955 to 1970.

Kennedy’s Camp

In November 1847, Edmund B. Kennedy partially mapped the Warrego River from its head waters to a point about 30 miles south of Cunnamulla. Kennedy here and the camp site has since been used by many drovers moving stock along the stock route.