Currawinya National Park
Hear the stories where they happened
Currawinya National Park is part of Queensland’s rich heritage. Thousands of years of Aboriginal history, teeming wildlife and Australia’s 19th and 20th century pastoral heritage make this park well worth a visit. The saltwater Lake Wyara, freshwater Lake Numulla or the Paroo River are home to abundant birdlife, and the beautiful surroundings make this a popular camping spot. Learn about the endangered bilby, being given a ‘second chance’.
Location and getting there
170km SW of Cunnamulla. Access from Cunnamulla is via Eulo and the Hungerford Road.
Visitor facilities and opportunities
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