If you’ve ever dreamed of an authentic outback adventure, then Cunnamulla is the perfect destination… and Cunnamulla Tourist Park your ideal base camp. Relax around a traditional Gidgee coal campfire under billions of stars, all while savouring a camp-oven themed dinner, then washing it down with some billy tea.
At Cunnamulla Tourist Park we have a great range of budget friendly and affordable cabins as well as powered and unpowered campsites. As the closest park to town, we are the perfect base for your next outback holiday adventure.
Our Cockatiel Studio Cabins and Galah One Bedroom Cabins provide comfortable, great value accommodation for up to 5 people. They each feature a kitchenette with cooktop, microwave and fridge, complete with cooking pots and utensils, crockery and cutlery and a dining area to enjoy your meals. There’s also air conditioning for year-round comfort.
Our large grassy and level drive through sites make setting up your caravan or motorhome a breeze and many of our powered sites shaded by well established mature trees. Our unpowered sites are great value for backpackers and campers with plenty of space for privacy and all our sites are close to amenities and all park facilities.
Don't forget we are pet friendly too so you won't have to leave your furry best mate at home when you visit us. We can't wait to welcome you soon to Cunnamulla Tourist Park.
Cunnamulla Tourist Park is the perfect base for your great Aussie outback adventure. We are the closest park to the centre of town with shops and the main street just a short 5 minute stroll away.
We have everything you need on-site to relax and keep the tribe fed and watered so you'll be refreshed and ready to explore everything beautiful Cunnamulla has to offer.
And when it comes to accommodation, Cunnamulla Tourist Park offers great value options in a friendly bush setting, just a short stroll away from the town centre where you can pick up supplies, take a selfie with the famous Cunnamulla Fella while visiting the Art Gallery and Museum, journey back 100 million years in the Artesian Time Tunnel and follow the Heritage Trail to uncover the town’s history.