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Wyandra Heritage Trail

Wyandra was the name given to an original selection on the Warrego River, along with Claverton, Ardgour and Clovelly.

All are English names from the same area in England. It would seem t...

Cunnamulla - Gateway to the Paroo Shire

The town of Cunnamulla, the largest of the four towns in the Paroo Shire, is situated on the banks of the Warrego River - at the crossroads of the Matilda Highway (north south) and the Adventure...

Eulo - mud baths, honey,bilbys and megafauna

The town of Eulo is situated on the Bulloo Developmental Road (Adventure Way) 70 km west of Cunnamulla and has a population of about 70 people.

The township was originally built close to...

Go Opal fossicking in Yowah!

The township of Yowah, built on the Yowah Opal Mining Field, is 150 km north west of Cunnamulla, the town has a resident population of about 60 which increases to nearer 250 during the winter months. ...

Save the Bilby

With the incredible assistance of many volunteers and funded by generous donations from people across Australia, a 25 square kilometre predator and feral animal proo...

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