The Paroo Shire Hall stands on Kunja Country.  

The Paroo Shire is a vast region that includes the townships of Cunnamulla, Eulo, Wyandra and Yowah. Cunnamulla lies at the centre of the shire, which is the heart of Kunja Country. The word ‘Cunnamulla’ means ‘long stretch of water’, or ‘big waterhole’, in the language of the Kunja people. There are four traditional language groups in the region: Kunja (Kun-ya); Kooma (Coo-ma); Budjiti (Budge-it-ee) and Mardigan (Mar-di-gan). Over time, families from other language groups, scuh as Kullilli and Murrawarri, have settled into the region. Most of the established families in the Paroo Shire strongly identify with these prominent language groups. 

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Cunnamulla on Saturday, 16 October, 2021 with Darren Hanlon and Kelly Brouhaha.  

A hot pot dinner will be available at the Hall, included in the ticket price

Bar Service including beer, wine and soft drink will be available at the Hall , catered by local committee show society.  

Tickets are priced at  

Full Admission – $20 

Child Admission (ages 12 and under) – FREE when accompanied by an Adult  

Click here to purchase tickets. 

Alternatively, you can purchase tickets locally at the Paroo Shire Council Office, 49 Stockyard St, Cunnamulla. Phone 4655 8400 for more information.  

Doors Open 6:00PM 

Show Starts 6:30PM 

Paroo Shire Hall is wheelchair accessible and has both accessible and gendered toilet facilities available. 

This show is supported by the Paroo Shire Council. 

Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved Queensland Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19. 

Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe. 

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