Cunnamulla is a town of around 1500 people in south-western Queensland. It is the largest town and civic centre of the Paroo Shire. The Warrego River flows through the centre of the town.
 Get in
 By car
Cunnamulla is 190km from Charleville by sealed two lane road. The road is subject to flooding.
 By air
Skytrans fly to Cunnumulla Wednesdays and Sundays from Brisbane and St George and Thargomindah.
 By train
Queensland Rail  offer a mini-bus connection from the Westlander train to Charleville twice weekly.
Cunnumulla is around 2 hours drive from Charleville via Wyandra
 Get around
There is no car rental in Cunnamulla. There is no public transport in Cunnumulla. Most of the attractions in the town are within walking distance. A car is required to see the surrounding area or to get to the weir.
- Visitors Information Centre. There is a museum attached to the visitor's centre, and a display of aboriginal art. free. edit
- Cunnamulla Fella, (Next to the Visitors Information Centre). A statue showing the stereotypical bushman from the area. free. edit
- Cunnamulla Weir, (5km downstream of Cunnamulla). Picnic area and weir. No swimming is allowed close to the weir, but you can swim further upstream. free. edit
- Robbers Tree. The last person executed in Queensland for robbery under arms was trapped up the tree by local people and their dogs. Tree is floodlit in the evening. free. edit
- Cunnamulla Heritage Trail. Pick up a brochure at the visitor's centre for a walking or driving tour around explaining the history of Cunnamulla free. edit
- Walk along the Warrego, Bulloo Developmental Road (Just over the Warrego River bridge on the left). A 2km gravel path along the Warrego River, with bird hides and a sunset viewing area. free. edit
- Cunnamulla Hotel, (in the town centre). Provides pub meals every evening from 6:30PM. edit
All three mobile networks provide coverage in Cunnamulla.
 Get out
- It is 60km from Cunnamulla to Eulo and the Paroo River.
- Travel out to the Opal mining town of Yowah