Get a True taste of Cunnamulla
The rich plains and river flats were ideal for sheep and cattle grazing and these primary industries played a key role in the growth of the town. Today, with the availability of irrigated water from the Alan Tannock Weir, Cunnamulla has two fruit growing farms established on the western side of the Warrego River, specialising in table grapes for the Australian market.
The Heritage trail is a self-guided tour that traces the history and the development of the town. Historical sites include the Memorial Fountain, the Robber’s Tree, and the Centre in Centenary Park. The Visitor Information Centre is housed in the original State School and is the beginning of the trail. The Heritage Trail also includes the ‘Walk along the Warrego’, a riverwalk along the banks and flood plane of the Warrego River.
To see the Bowra bird list, click here