Whatever your timeframe or budget, you have a number of options for travelling to Cunnamulla.
Cunnamulla lies at the crossroads of two great Australian drives, the Adventure Way and the Matilda Way. Most of the highways are now sealed, and unless conditions are wet, many places of interest can be reached by conventional vehicles.
MATILDA WAY: CUNNAMULLA – KARUMBA
This fully sealed 1812km highway stretches from the New South Wales border all the way to the Gulf of Carpentaria.
ADVENTURE WAY: BRISBANE – CUNNAMULLA – ADELAIDE
Now fully sealed, the 2088km Adventure Way follows the wheel ruts of the old Cobb & Co route from Brisbane to Adelaide.
REX (Regional Express Airlines) flies twice weekly between Brisbane and Cunnamulla. Known as the Cobb & Co Flight Route, you’ll stop in Toowoomba and St George in both directions.
The historic Westlander train travels from Brisbane across the Great Dividing Range to Charleville twice weekly. This service connects with a rail coach service to Cunnamulla.
Bus Queensland runs three services per week between Toowoomba and Cunnamulla. These services set down in Moonie and St George.