Visit Cunnamulla P.S. live like a local

Paroo Shire

Discover vibrant red sandhills and brilliant blue skies. Stay on a working property and boil the billy under starry night skies. Imagine adventure-filled days and must-see outback landscapes, Paroo Shire is a photographer’s dream destination.

Reclaim what’s real when you visit our beautiful region. Escape the run-of-the-mill tourist haunts and enjoy a genuine connection to local people and culture. Meet working graziers and learn about life on the land.

Join locals as they enjoy their favourite river activities. Immerse yourself in heritage stories and heroic tales. Slow down. Unplug.

Embrace the country lifestyle and live like a local.

Cunnamulla Swimming

Cunnamulla

Visit Cunnamulla where the handshakes stronger and the smile lasts longer. Immerse yourself in a true outback experience. Discover meaningful connections with people and places. Just ask the larger than life Cunnamulla Fella!
Eulo Queen Hotel

Eulo

Visit the ‘kingdom’ of the infamous Eulo Queen and you’ll discover a very enterprising community. Dubbed the ‘Montville of the Outback’, Eulo is home to local producers, opal art and mud baths. Pick up a handcrafted whip, belt or handbag.
Wyandra Powerhouse Museum

Wyandra

Perfectly located halfway between Cunnamulla and Charleville, Wyandra is a must-see town. If you have an interest in architecture, there are some great old buildings to discover. It may be small, but as the locals will attest, it’s a great little town to explore.
Open Air Bore Baths

Yowah

Meet the community where the opal is king and most of the residents are small-scale miners. Discover the story of Australia’s national gem, the opal. Fossick for opals and join a whole host of local activities while you are in town.