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Cunnamulla Warrego River Kayaking Easter

Cunnamulla Easter

Easter is always a special time of year for me. Not because it’s Easter but I totally love the weather at that time of the year. For me I think it’s the perfect time to enjoy Cunnamulla and Outback Queensland. The temperature while cooler in the mornings and later at night is beautiful during the …

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Cunnamulla Ready for 2019 Year of Outback Queensland Tourism

2019 Year of Outback Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declared 2019 Year of Outback Queensland Tourism and Club Boutique Hotel, Cunnamulla is eager to welcome you. The heritage town that celebrated Cunnamulla 150 in November 2018 is renowned for rolling out the welcome mat, the quality of its events, flashing the pearly whites and saying g’day! …

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Club Boutique Hotel Cunnamulla Campfire Dinner and show

CAMPFIRE DINNER & SHOW

Immerse yourself in the Club Boutique Hotel Cunnamulla Campfire Dinner and Show Sunday’s 6pm. Sit back and relax around the Gidyea coal campfire where many a shearer, drover, ringer, swagman, bullockie, cameleer and coach driver once stood. During this delicious three course outback meal you will be entertained with larrikin tales and music. WHEN: 6pm …

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Beer & Wine O’Clock

Beer and Wine O’Clock at Club Boutique Hotel Cunnamulla daily at 4pm come join us! Let your inner larrikin live at Club Boutique Hotel Cunnamulla. Join in the fun at one of Cunnamulla’s oldest hotels and an outback icon, to celebrate Beer and Wine O’clock. If the walls could talk you would hear near on …

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American Twitchers do Cunnamulla in search of Raptors

American Twitchers do Cunnamulla in search of Raptors

By Tristan Evert 14/10/2016 Twelve bright-eyed and bushy-tailed American twitchers and one South American twitcher descended upon Cunnamulla, chasing the elusive Grey Falcon. The birding group stayed a duration of three days from Monday the 10th until Thursday the 13th in search of the rare specimen. The Grey Falcon was no where to be found …

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