Lose the car and hop on one of our luxury coaches as you explore Toowoomba to Cunnamulla at your own pace. Meet other travellers, mingle with locals and take in the spectacular landscapes without having to concentrate on the road ahead.
Immerse yourself in the authentic spirit of the Australian outback and make purposeful connections with people and places along the way. If you want to get a taste of the real Australian outback, Cunnamulla is the place to visit! Passionate local tour operators, the Cunnamulla Fella monument, the restored Cunnamulla Railway Station, and numerous genuine outback experiences are all sure to tick the boxes.
Boasting some of the best natural sand hills in Australia, an abundant kangaroo population and plenty of fishing spots with abundant native bird life, Cunnamulla is the perfect spot to visit on your next outback trip.
With numerous functioning properties to choose from, you can immerse yourself in typical outback station life. Observe sheep shearing (in season) or cow mustering, participate in a water run, or assist with some of the station’s everyday activities. Close by, Yowah provides you with an opportunity to fossick for opals, camp at Charlotte Plains Station or meet megafauna at Eulo with the Eromanga Natural History Museum.
You will appreciate all of the luxuries that come standard on our coaches while you travel from Toowoomba to Cunnamulla, including air conditioning, reclining leather seats, in-seat USB chargers, and panoramic windows!
A Bus QLD Outback bus is the best way to get from Toowoomba to Cunnamulla. Don’t miss this opportunity to secure your ticket today!
Bus Queensland runs services from Toowoomba to Cunnamulla (via St George and Moonie) on a Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.
Return services from Cunnamulla to Toowoomba (via St George and Moonie) operate on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday.
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The Cunnamulla Fella Centre Art Gallery and Museum is a popular tourist attraction in Cunnamulla. Built around 1850, the original Cunnamulla Customs House served as a customs point where taxes for goods crossing the Queensland-New South Wales border were collected. The charming three-bedroom cottage now serves as a museum, having been lovingly restored and surrounded by lovely cottage gardens. The museum is a step back in time, with everything from antique typewriters and cash registers, to steam engines, primitive washing machines, and federation-style clothes.
The Dalby War Memorial honours those who served in World War One, World War Two, and the Korean War and were killed in action.
The annual yabbie race has put Moonie, Queensland, on the map, with visitors travelling from all over the world to participate. The 10th annual race drew a throng of more than 450 people because of the unusual event. That’s nearly the entire population of Moonie! The Moonie Yabbie Races are a six-race series that culminates in the Moonie Cup, where the yabbies are put to the ultimate test. A sizable prize pool is on offer, so if you play your crustacean correctly, you could walk away with a fistful of cash.
Are you planning a trip to Tara in Queensland? The Commercial Hotel is a wonderful vintage colonial hotel with plenty of charm and heart! Tara is an off-the-beaten-path outback town that showcases the finest of rural Australia, from friendly locals to a traditional Australian bar. The Commercial Hotel is a 104-year-old neighbourhood landmark with wonderful food, old-fashioned service, and comfortable accommodations built in the Federation style. There’s no finer location to stay in Tara, whether it’s your final goal or a pitstop on a longer journey.
The Unique Egg is St George’s most famous un-egg-spected attraction. You won’t find painted emu egg carvings like these anywhere else on the planet. For more than 60 years, Steve Margaritis has been carving emu eggs by hand. At The Unique Egg, this talented man’s carved and painted emu eggs are on show and for sale.
A spectacular 10 days of blossoms, flavours and also noises, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers takes over the Southern Queensland city of Toowoomba in the most beautiful of methods each September. The program consists of greater than 60 one-of-a-kind occasions and experiences, including award winning parks, stunning private yards, a road parade breaking with flower colour, worldwide well-known musical acts, some of the most effective food and also red wine to be located in Queensland and a multitude of cultural as well as all-natural experiences.
Update: 29th June 2021
Bus Queensland advises that all services will continue as scheduled during the 3 day lockdown starting 6pm today. The Queensland Government advises that residents in locked down areas can only leave home for one of the following reasons:
1. To buy essentials such as groceries or medications.
2. Work or study if you can’t do either from home.
3. Exercise in your local area.
4. Healthcare or to provide help, care or support.
Wear a mask when you leave home.
We ask that all passengers please keep up to date with the current requirements found at https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/restrictions-impacted-areas
Update: 29th June 2021
Passengers on our Lightning Ridge services crossing between NSW/QLD borders will require a border pass. We ask that passengers please keep up to date with the current border crossing requirements found at https://www.qld.gov.au/border-pass
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Please do not travel if you are feeling unwell.