Cunnamulla in Queensland is a small town of about 1,400 people. In the Aboriginal language the word Cunnamulla means ďlong stretch of waterĒ. The meaning is well represented as the town lies on the Warrego River which stretches for a distance of over 900 Kilometres.
Pig, Wool and Kangaroo hunting are the townís main industries and if you are an adventure seeker looking for the rural outback experience then Cunnamulla will be on your list of must see destinations.
Cunnamulla is also a town with a big indigenous community, so travellers from far abroad can experience the sight of true local Aboriginal people to highlight on their adventures around Australia.
Being located in the lower end of Queensland, Cunnamulla doesnít suffer from the extreme temperatures that exist from the far north Queensland. The average mean temperature is a pleasant 28 degrees.
Some people have in the past labelled Cunnamulla a bit of a down town. Slim Dusty has also a song dedicated to the town as well. This town isnít quite exactly the Ritz however it does give you the full Australian flavour of an outback town in the middle of nowhere. Iím sure travellers from overpopulated cities in the world will appreciate it for what it is.
The local Sundown Pub is a true example of an outback Australian Pub. There are also local characters that you find like Arthurs Flash Cabs run by a top Australian bloke who will tell you some excellent stories of the past in Cunnamulla.
When you come here make sure you donít miss the Heritage Trail. Experience the Cunnamulla bushland and walk along the river bank to see plenty of wildlife and birds. Also check out the art gallery and enjoy truely outback Queensland.
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