Wyandra Heritage Trail

Discovered by and Explorer named Edmund Kennedy in 1847 on his travels, setting up camp not far from the magnificent Warrego River of which the locals call an area 'The Beach'. With the town being built on the banks of the Warrego and the railway link to Charleville being completed in 1897 connecting with Cunnamulla saw great prosperity for the town. Electricity was established in the town in 1970 which is the result of the now Power House Museum.
The Heritage trail is a tribute to the early settlement and development of the once prosperous railway settlement.
It can be obtained from the Wyandra, Charleville Cosmos Centre and the Cunnamulla Fella Information Centre.
Upon your visit be sure to visit the local General Store and Post Office, Gladstone Pub, Powerhouse Museum and have a picnic at the 'Beach'.

Information Paroo Shire Council Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre