We hope that all our guests enjoy their stay in Cunnamulla.
Our tour-booking desk can offer you information about what tours and activities are available with many things to do as well as local tourist information.
Out the Back Australia tours depart from the Club Boutique Hotel daily and offer a number of tours to suit everyone’s interest.
The Town and Industry Tour is a great way to get to know Cunnamulla and learn about the area’s history, while the Campfire Lunch and Show gives you the chance to meet an old drover and hear his stories as he cracks the whip around the campfire.
If you’re just interested in exploring the town at your own pace we offer kayak hire so you can paddle down the Warrego River or sand board hire to get your adrenalin pumping as you hit the slopes of Cunnamulla’s natural sand hill.
Whatever your interests are our friendly staff can provide you with the local information and insider tips.
[su_spoiler title=”Out The Back Australia Tours” style=”fancy”] www.outthebackaustralia.com
[su_spoiler title=”About Cunnamulla” style=”fancy”]
Cunnamulla originated as a settlement in the 1860’s at the intersection of two major stock routes, one running from east to west from St George to Thargomindah and the other north to south from Charleville to Bourke.
The name of the town is derived from an Aboriginal term meaning “long stretch of water” referring to the Warrego River, which passes through the town.
[su_spoiler title=”Cunnamulla Wildlife” style=”fancy”] Cunnamulla is a wildlife lover’s paradise. Between the fauna and the flora, there’s always something exciting to see and explore.
Following is a list of the diverse range of mammals, reptiles and amphibians that inhabit the region.
[su_spoiler title=”Cunnamulla Events” style=”fancy”]
Cully Fest 2016 is set to be held at the Club Boutique Hotel from March 31st until April 3rd.
The Outback & Aboriginal folk festival plans to offer a range of live music, competitions and workshops.
Perfect for the whole family, this event even offers a children’s festival. Book tickets now at www.cullyfest.com
Anzac Races | April 25
Angel Flight Charity Ride | April 17
Cunnamulla Dog Trials | May 19-21
Music in the Mulga | May 14-17
Cunnamulla Show | May 23
Cunnamulla Gun Club Shoot | May 10-15
Cunnamulla Polocrosse Carnival | June 6-7
Slim Dusty Day | June 13
Cunnamulla & Dist Diggers Races | June 27
Cunnamulla Fella Bowls Carnival | August 29-30
Bronco Branding Gymkhana & Rodeo | August 15
Cunnamulla Golf Open | August 1-2
Birdsville Races | September 4-5
Cunnamulla Fella Festival & Pro Bull Ride | November 6-7
Bare Foot Bowls
Tai Kwan Do
[su_spoiler title=”Cunnamulla Attractions” style=”fancy”] To discover the real Australian Outback your journey begins in Cunnamulla where there are no shows just real people living in the real Australian Outback.
Get up close and personal with the local people and wildlife.
Travel the remote roads and explore the small towns on your journey.
Cruise the Warrego River on a sunset river cruise, climb to the top of the natural sand dunes, soak up the therapeutic value of a natural Artesian Spa hundreds of millions of years old.
Experience real life on a working sheep and cattle property or simply lay back on the riverbank and experience nature at it best.
Embark on a pub crawl of the local watering holes, say G’day to the Cunnamulla Fella, play lawn bowls with the locals or enjoy organic lamb around the campfire with local entertainment, no matter what your interest the Outback journey begins here “Cunnamulla”. [/su_spoiler]