Is Cunnamulla in the outback?
Perched on the banks of the Warrego River, you’ll find Cunnamulla 780km west of Brisbane and 140km north of the New South Wales border. This town was once where bullock teams passed through and shearers spilled from bar windows; but today the small town is known for its natural outback beauty and outback hospitality.
Where is the Cunnamulla Fella?
Paroo Shire Hall
The statue is double life size bronze. It was created by sculptor Archie Sinclair from a drawing by Mike Nicholas. The statue is located in front of the Paroo Shire Hall in Cunnamulla gazing across the centre of the town.
Who wrote Cunnamulla Fella?
What is the population of Cunnamulla QLD?
Cunnamulla /kʌnəˈmʌlə/ is a town and a locality in the Shire of Paroo, Queensland, Australia. It is 206 kilometres (128 mi) south of Charleville, and approximately 750 kilometres (470 mi) west of the state capital, Brisbane. In the 2016 census, Cunnamulla had a population of 1,140 people.
What is the population of Thargomindah?
The town of Thargomindah is the administrative centre for the Shire of Bulloo. In the 2016 census, Thargomindah had a population of 270 people. It was founded on Wongkumara and Kalali territory.
What is the population of Bourke?
Bourke, New South Wales
|Bourke New South Wales|
|Population||1,824 (2016 census)|
|Elevation||106 m (348 ft)|
|Location||778 km (483 mi) NW of Sydney 162 km (101 mi) N of Cobar 96 km (60 mi) W of Brewarrina|
Is Charleville worth visiting?
The largest town in the Murweh Shire, Charleville is a must do. You will need a few days to visit the attractions and all thee is to see and do. See Australia’s iconic bilby’s up close and you may even get the chance to touch their soft fur.
Is Charleville a good place to live?
Mr Heinemann has found life in Charleville definitely has its advantages. “Living here is a lot cheaper than living in the city. Despite the distance, daily flights to Brisbane make the city accessible in about two hours. “You can get resident fares that are a bit cheaper as well,” Mr Heinemann added.
Is the road from Cunnamulla to Thargomindah sealed?
This is a sealed road. Travelling North to Quilpie from Cunnamulla is a 294km drive on a sealed road and north from Thargomindah to Quilpie is 187km. This road has 35km of unsealed road closer to Thargomindah.
Is the road from eromanga to Thargomindah sealed?
Drive. Famous for being Australia’s furthest town from the ocean, Eromanga is located 108 kilometres west of Quilpie on a fully sealed road.
Is Bourke NSW safe?
In 2013, the remote town of Bourke in north-western New South Wales ranked number one in six out of eight major crime categories. The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistic and Research found the town of just 3,000 people had the highest rates of assaults, break-ins and car thefts.
What is the Cunnamulla Fella?
Paying tribute to the region’s pastoral heritage, Aussie icon Slim Dusty often wandered the streets of Cunnamulla and popularised the tune, Cunnamulla Fella. In tribute to the well-known outback song, the giant Cunnamulla Fella in the centre of town is hard to miss.
What to do in Cunnamulla?
Visit the Cunnamulla Fella Paying tribute to the region’s pastoral heritage, Aussie icon Slim Dusty often wandered the streets of Cunnamulla and popularised the tune, Cunnamulla Fella. In tribute to the well-known outback song, the giant Cunnamulla Fella in the centre of town is hard to miss.
What’s on at Cunnamulla Fella roundup festival 2017?
Saturday July 3: Cunnamulla Fella Roundup Festival at the Cunnamulla Showgrounds • Morning – Outback Barrels Circuit • Afternoon – Rodeo • Evening – Drought Angels Country Cares Concert from 6pm starring country music songstress and multi-award winner Tanya Kernaghan, 2017 Golden Guitar finalist Dani Young, together with Chris Staff and Larry Cann.
Where is the Cunnamulla Fella statue?
The statue is located in front of the Paroo Shire Hall in Cunnamulla gazing across the centre of the town. The Cunnamulla Fella Statue was unveiled on November 18, 2005 by Russel, Jane and Tracy Coster and Ann Kinkpatrick.