Eulo is a small town in South Western Queensland. The town centre is a few kilometres from the Paroo River, and it is the second largest town in Paroo Shire after Cunnamulla.
Eulo is a small town but seems to capture the spirit and atmosphere of Queensland's Outback. Once the bustling main centre for the opal miners, the area was chosen for settlement given its proximity to a good waterhole on the Paroo River.
At the Eulo Queen Hotel, not only the ale flows freely, but so too do the many legends surrounding the Eulo Queen. Isobel Robinson ran the hotel towards the end of the nineteenth century virtually reining over the town and the nearby opal fields, hence her title the Eulo Queen.
As you enter Eulo, on the right is the famous 'Paroo Track' which is where the world lizard racing championships are held. At the left-hand side of the track is a piece of granite with a plaque that reads: 'Cunnamulla-Eulo Festival of Opals. 'Destructo', champion racing cockroach accidentally killed at this track (24 August 1980) after winning the challenge (sic) stakes against 'Wooden Head', champion racing lizard 1980. Unveiled 23 August 1981'.
Each winter, beekeepers come to the area to allow their bees to feed on the Warrego variety of Eucalyptus found in the region. While in Eulo, try the local Yapunya honey, which the locals call the Taste of the Outback .
Eulo  is 60km from Cunnamulla on sealed road. The road is mostly single lane sealed, with a wider gravel verge. You have to pull off to the side for oncoming traffic, or pull off the road entirely for road trains. Nearest car rental and daily scheduled air travel is in Charleville.
Lizard Racing Track. Once a year Eulo hosts the lizard races. At other times of year you can see the track and imagine what it would be like with 5000 people in the town watching the races.edit
Mud Springs, (just over the Paroo river on the Thargomindah Road). The mud springs are areas of raised and soft mud where water can flow from the Great Artesian Basin. The mud springs are not very muddy, and there is no water flowing. Interesting local landscape though, and if you have made it this far, you may as well go and visit them.free. edit
Swim in the Paroo River, (At the wier). Depending on water flow (not too much, not too little) you can swim in the Paroo River. A small weir has been built just by the road bridge. A better swimming hole on the Paroo is available to the south at Caiwarro in the Currawinya National Park.free. edit
The Paroo river crossing and weir at Eulo
Mud Bath. The date farm will fill a cast iron bath up with water, and give you a variety of mud to put in it. The Paroo river just down the road allows you to do the same thing free of charge (albeit it considerably colder and with fish).edit
Eulo Queen Hotel. This is the only place to stay in Eulo. It six non-ensuite rooms and some cabins. Toilets and showers are out the back. The pub rooms just have a thin foam mattress and heating & cooling is a little antiquated. edit