Cunnamulla, 18 October 2020

Cunnamulla, meaning “long stretch of water”, gets its name from the picturesque Warrego River which meanders past the town and is a popular spot for fishing and water sports.

Cunnamulla is located in the Shire of Paroo which also includes the towns of Yowah, Eulo and Wyandra. The shire has a vast cultural diversity within its vibrant rural communities and has a population of approximately 2600, but covers an area of 47,714 square kilometres. The Paroo Shire has an ever changing landscape, from the open Mitchell Grass flood plains in the east to the Moriarty Ranges, the opal fields and the Mulga Lands to the west. It is an area rich in history, ecosystems, and flora and fauna. The shire is highly regarded by birdwatchers as the diverse ecosystems lend themselves to ideal habitats for many species.

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Paroo Shire Hall on Sunday 18th October with one of Australia’s most celebrated singer-songwriters Shellie Morris and critically acclaimed blues and roots duo Hussy Hicks.

We are thrilled to announce that all tickets, valued at $15 a head, have been kindly sponsored by Paroo Shire Council as a gift to the community because we know it’s been a tough year. Have this one on us.

Please note, you will still need to register for your ticket for contact tracing purposes.

Food BYO. Cafes down on the main street for food.  

Tickets available here

Paroo Shire Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Kooma, Kunja, Kullilli, Budjiti & Mardigan peoples.

Please note, this event is operating in accordance with the Queensland Government COVID Safe Event Checklist. Numbers will be strictly limited.

You must not attend the event if you have COVID-19 symptoms – if you become unwell after purchasing a ticket please be reassured it can be refunded in full if you need to go and get tested. If you have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath or fell unwell, please protect your community and stay home.

It is a condition of entry that physical distancing be observed.

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