To save 200Km of driving an ordinary sedan towards the setting sun at Thargomindah and the associated wildlife that entails, I booked a cabin at the Warrego on Easter Sunday.
What a joy to be surrounded by the lovely wildlife and the green grass after the long dry drive from Bourke.
The cabins have all that's necessary for a comfy stay, but no kitchenette. The bottle shop is on the way along the short walk to the dining room, which on Easter Sunday evening was mine alone. Needless to say the service was exemplary, though the menu was limited to pizza and garlic bread due to the very quiet holiday period.
Cunnamulla is a lovely little town and is designed so it's easy to get lost in. There is a renewed sense of pride about the town and the main streets with the boom-time pound for a pound wool prices of the early 1960's local government buildings look good and modernist.
I like Cunnamulla...More