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A hot springs wellness destination has arrived in Cunnamulla

We invite you to experience the profound benefits of natural hot springs as you relax in the healing waters of the Cunnamulla Hot Springs, perhaps in the coolness of the morning or under a brilliant starry sky. 7 Pools, Sauna & Steam Room on the banks of the Warrego River. Tickets available from park reception.

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The closest park to town and better value than a motel

Cabins, Powered & Unpowered Sites

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.

    Facilities & Amenities

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    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.

    Camp Kitchen

    Cook up a storm in our camp kitchen complete with a gas cooktop, fridge, microwave as well as cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

    Undercover BBQ Hut

    Our undercover BBQ hut is available for all our guests so throw some snags on the grill and cook up some real outback tucker!

    Picnic Shelters

    Why not eat alfresco in one of our cenveniently located picnic shelters

    Clean Amenities

    Wash of the day's dust and freshen up for dinner in our one of our two centrally located amenities blocks.

    Guest Laundry

    Refresh your wardrobe with our coin operated washing machines and dryers. Laundry Powder is available from reception.

    Free Wi-Fi

    You might be outback but you won't be offline with our free Wi-Fi, provided complimentary to all our guests.

    Pet Friendly

    Don't forget we are pet friendly so you won't have to leave your best mate at home when you stay with us on your outback adventure. If booking accommodation, please call to confirm pet friendly cabins are available.

    To See & Do

    Hot Springs
    Beer Tasting
    Bird Watching
    Cunnamulla Hot Springs emerges as the Outback's premier wellness destination, offering a captivating oasis for relaxation amidst the beauty of Cunnamulla.
    A woman relaxing in the natural hots springs at Cunnamulla Tourist Park
    A woman in a black dress sitting in a chair looking gazing wistfully into the distance
    A woman kayaking along a river in Cunnamulla
    Exterior view of the Cunnamulla Heritage centre
    View of the Cunnamulla Hotel through the leaves of a tree
    A book of birds open at a page about owls with a pair of binoculars lying on top

    Nestled alongside the tranquil Warrego River, this extraordinary destination features a series of geothermal pools brimming with mineral-rich artesian water. These pools, each boasting different temperatures, derive their natural warmth from the underground artesian basin, creating a truly rejuvenating experience.

    As you journey through Cunnamulla, indulge in the therapeutic allure of our hot springs, complemented by additional amenities like a refreshing cold plunge pool, a revitalizing sauna, and a comforting steam room and relaxation room. The experience extends into the evening, inviting guests to bask in the mesmerizing starry skies of the Outback while immersed in the soothing embrace of our natural hot springs. Cunnamulla Hot Springs promises a profound pause, where the convergence of nature and wellness creates an unforgettable haven in the heart of the Australian Outback.

    Within a short drive of Cunnamulla are a further 5 Hot Springs Experiences including:

    • Artesian Mud Baths Eulo
    • Charlotte Plains Station
    • Yowah Artesian Pools
    • Alroy Station Artesian Baths
    • Artesian Waters Caravan Park

    Grab a coffee at one of the local cafes or a pastry from the local bakery. Take the time to also enjoy Cunnamulla’s rich heritage and make sure you visit:

    • Cunnamulla All Aboard 3D Sound and Light Show
    • Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre’s Artesian Time Tunnel, Art Gallery & Museum
    • Cunnamulla Fella Statue – a tribute to tribute to Stan Coster and Slim Dusty and to the ‘ringers’ of the bush.

    As the day cools head to Warrego River Walk or the Cunnamulla Bushlands Reserve where you might see some of the regions 245 species of Australian native inland and water birds, including the endangered Pink Cockatoo and Australian Painted Snipe. There are also a number species listed as vulnerable including the Painted Honeyeater, Southern Whiteface, and the elusive Grey Falcon.

    At the end of the day grab some dinner at one of Cunnamulla’s great restaurants and cool off with a cold beer at one of the towns many outback pubs.

    Young woman sitting on a wooden bench in front of a large mural painted on a brick wall
    Gateway to the Aussie Outback

    Fun anytime
    of year

    Canoeing on the Warrego river
    A Cooper Creek turtle sitting on a log next to the Warrego river
    A family watching their daughter ride down a sand dune on a sandboard at Cunnamulla

    For the lovers of water activities and nature, kayak the tranquil waters of the Warrego River while trying to spot the cheeky Cooper Creek turtle. Throw a line in and see what you can hook for dinner, throw out the picnic rug and enjoy sunset drinks from the River Walk and follow the looped walking track to the Bushlands. For those looking for some cheap thrills, sand-board down the stunning natural sandhills.

    Ready to make your reservation?

    Call or email, our friendly staff are ready to help every day from 9:30am - 5:30pm

    Sorry, no online bookings for same day arrival after 4:00pm