PBR Bull Ride - Entertainment, Fireworks and Live Music.

8am on Saturday morning join us for the Breakfast in the Park at Centenary Park.  Enjoy Demonstrations of Shearing Sheep by The South West Qld Blue Light Shearing Team.   Wood Chopping and Timber Slabbing with a once local "boy", Michael Osborne.   Poetry and Liberty Horsemanship demonstations by Guy McLean who spends a lot of his time in America but who is looking forward to coming to Cunnamulla.

12.30pm Tammy Hickey & Cunnamulla Library Presents:
Cunnamulla Fella Festival Family Variety Concert at the Shire Hall. Come along and delight in a Play, Dance and Fashion Parade starring local students, with curtain fall around 4pm. 

The weekend includes the Land Transport PBR Bull Ride (toughest sport on dirt) where you can personally witness some serious riding. Gates open at 5pm with the Bull Ride kicking off at 7pm, followed by a spectacular Land Transport Fireworks Display.  Then round off the night in fine style with great music from Don Costa. Never miss any of the action, with widescreen replays throughout the nights.

So dust off your Akubra, pull on your jeans and shine your boots and head west 25/26/27 August, the weekend before Birdsville Races, to the Paroo Shire and  join the Cunnamulla cowboys to see some of Australia's finest national and international Professional Bull Riders as they test their courage and skill against the rankest bulls in the State, in the "toughest sport on dirt", The Cunnamulla PBR Bull Ride. It is the richest bull ride in Queensland's outback and the coveted Cunnamulla Opal Buckle will be up for grabs.

The Mayors' Challenge is also hotly contested between neighbouring shires to Paroo for a Bronze statue of the Cunnamulla Fella. The Mayors have a bull rider ride for their shire and the rider with the highest score wins for that Mayor and Shire.