Cunnamulla Tourist Info

The great town of Cunnamulla is the centre of the Paroo Shire, which covers a vast 47,623 square kilometres – roughly just over a quarter of the size of the state of Victoria. Tourists visiting the area will discover the real outback experience, good old country hospitality, wide open spaces and stunning night skies – perfect for much needed rest and relaxation an an ideal holiday in Outback Queensland.

Warrego River Cunnamulla Bushlands
The mighty Warrego River, great fishing only seconds away from Hotel Cunnamulla

Follow the tracks of days gone by on the old Cobb & Co route to Hotel Cunnamulla! The old stage coach was first created in 1879 and the town of Cunnamulla is the only surviving one on the original road.

Hotel Cunnamulla, one of the great outback pubs, was built in 1903 and is right in the very heart of the town. The hotel is just footsteps away from the mighty Warrego River, ideal for a spot of fishing for yellow belly or beautiful cod, local shops and opal stores as well as business’s and the Paroo Shire Hall and Civic Centre.


Outback Pub Hotel Cunnamulla
Why the long face? Drop on in to one of the great outback pubs here at Hotel Cunnamulla – a perfect getaway for tourists in the outback!

The hotel offers you a friendly welcome, icy cold drinks in the bar, a terrific menu in the restaurant and has very comfortable accommodation with private ensuites as well as a  shady beer garden. Enjoy chatting with very friendly locals and share with us the history of the outback.

Cunnamulla Tourist Info
Cunnamulla is crammed with outback history - a must visit for tourists and adventurers who want to discover the real outback Australia. Come on out and visit Hotel Cunnamulla for accommodation and great fresh meals in the heritage dining room.

Hotel Cunnamulla is served by major highways – the Kidman Way, The Adventure Way and the Matilda Way, as well as Queensland Rail and Rex Airlines. Cunnamulla is situated on major inland highways, all bitumen – The Kidman Way (B87), The Adventure Way (49) and The Matilda Way (A71), where you can retrace the journey of the old Cobb & Co routes from days gone past.

The town is also serviced by Queensland Rail and Rex Express Airlines to Cunnamulla’s own airport – Hotel Cunnamulla runs a free shuttle service for guests.

Discover more about Cunnamulla, the town today and it’s history in our tourist photo gallery . Even if you cannot make your journey out to see us straight away, you can always visit our online store here for a terrific momento or gift!

Hotel Cunnamulla Road Map

Come outback and experience opal fossicking in nearby Koiroit and Yowah – world renowned for it’s opals, only a short drive from Hotel Cunnamulla.

 It is rumoured that the only opal in the Queen’s Crown of Jewels came from Koiroit – so perhaps it’s possible you just might find another!

Wide open spaces, stunningly beautiful starry nights in the clearest of skies, Cunnamulla makes a wonderful stopover for all ages. Contact us today to see how we can help your stay and holiday even more memorable.

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