Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre

Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre

The Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre nestles amongst the coolabahs trees in Centenary Park, Jane Street, Cunnamulla.

The building is the original State School built in 1885.

The Information Centre is run by the Paroo Shire Council and provides information about all of the towns and attractions within the Shire.

The VIC is a Tourism Queensland accredited centre and displays the yellow 'i' symbol.

The VIC has interpretive displays of the local industries including wool, table grapes, cotton and opals.

There are Heritage Trails around Wyandra and Cunnamulla and the booklets are available at the Centre.

The trails wind their way through the towns giving you a glimpse of the past and of their development.

The Visitor Information Centre has wheelchair access.

There is ample parking for all makes of vehicles.

The street is very wide which makes turning easy and there is also a drive through access road. Centenary Park has two free electric bar-b-que and plenty of tables and chairs.

The Public Toilets have wheel chair access.
The staff at the Information Centre enjoy meeting people and are happy to spend as much time as is needed to ensure that you enjoy your time in the Paroo Shire.

We also welcome email enquiries, telephone and postal enquires.

According to local folklore once you cross the "Warrego River" you will come back.

Enjoy your trip and we'll see you when you get here.!
Information Paroo Shire Council Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre