The word ""Dillalah"" is an aboriginal word meaning Galah. While waiting to catch your dinner, enjoy some bird watching and see if you can spot a ""Dillalah"" or two, or some of the many other species of birdlife that visit this area.
Now back to fishing. There is good fishing either side of the bridge. Approximately two kilometres down stream, there is a good camping area.... more
Land in this area is commonly used to breed Merino sheep for their wool. So don't be too surprised if the locals (sheep) drop in to say ""G'day"".
A great activity for all the family to enjoy.
Further information on this and all other fishing locations in the Charleville area, are available at the Charleville Visitor Information Centre. Please note: Riverbanks can become inaccessible and very boggy during and after wet weather for up to two weeks.
You do not need to book to camp at this location. It is not a designated camp ground. There are no facilities at this site.... less
Children are welcome when supervised.
Yes. Pets are allowed, however, must be restrained at all times. This is a public and stock access area.
How To Get There
From Charleville, travel 57 kilometres south towards Cunnamulla on the Matilda/Mitchell Highway. Take a right hand turn and travel for a further six kilometres (one kilometre on bitumen, five kilometres on dirt road) to the bridge. Further information is available at the Charleville Visitor Information Centre.
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