How to get here
People come from all over Australia to enjoy the relaxed and friendly country atmosphere and to spend time with the locals and hear their stories. A 4WD is not necessary as all roads to

Cunnamulla are sealed and most of the locals roads are sealed as well, and, unless conditions are wet, most places of interest can be reached by conventional vehicles

Drive

Cunnamulla is at the crossroads of two major highways, one which links Brisbane to Adelaide and the other taking you from Melbourne to Karumba.
Bus

Getting to Cunnamulla with Bus Queensland is as easy as booking an online ticket at www.busqld.com.au or alternatively calling 1300 287 537 and chatting to one of our friendly staff.  Bus Queensland is the Queensland Government contract holder for long distance coach services in Queensland.  Our new coaches offer passenger comfort and convenience – sit back, relax and focus on your destination!
Our long distance services arrive at Cunnamulla at 7:45pm from St George on a Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.  The services depart from Cunnamulla at 6:45am on a Monday, Thursday and Saturday.  Services to Cunnamulla run from St George with connections to Toowoomba on the Moonie Highway.

Bus Queensland – Connecting our Community.

Air

Enjoy the spectacular view of Outback Queensland from the air on your way to Cunnamulla. Regional Express REX airlines operates flights between Brisbane and Cunnamulla, twice a week on Wednesday and Sunday. For REX bookings phone 13 17 13, or visit www.rex.com.au

Rail

One way to start a perfect Outback adventure is aboard the Westlander which departs bi-weekly from Brisbane. To book travel on Queensland Rail Travel's long distance services phone 1800 TRAINS (872 467) or visit www.queenslandrailtravel.com.au

 

Westlander Fact Sheet

Inlander - Westlander Timetable

Queensland Rail Travel Cunnamulla Fella Festival