Cunnamulla is at the crossroads of the Matilda Highway and the Adventure Way. Cunnamulla, meaning 'long stretch of water' which refers to the nearby Warrego River, is in the Paroo Shire which also includes the towns of Wyandra, Eulo and Yowah. Cunnamulla is known for its famous character the Cunnamulla Fella, brought to life by Stan Coster lyrics and later immortalized in song by the late Slim Dusty.

Some popular events and attractions in Cunnamulla and the Paroo Shire are Yowah Craft Day, Yowah Opal Festival, Cunnamulla Fella Festival and Bullride, Cunnamulla Heritage Trail, Allan Tannock weir, and the Cunnamulla Fella Centre Art Gallery, Museum and Artesian Time Tunnel (a simulation of time travel into the begining of the artesian basin the 1st Queensland flow was in Cunnamulla in 1887.

Be sure to visit the Cunnamulla Fella Centre for more information on accommodation, sporting clubs, pubs, local info and things to do in Paroo.

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