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Cunnamulla Fella Festival
Cunnamulla, South West

07 - 09 November

07 4655 8470


The Cunnamulla Fella Festival is a celebration of the region's proud pastoral heritage. Including horses and bull riding, a demonstration of bushman skills, live country music and a carnival atmosphere that provides all the ingredients for a great outback event. The Festival includes the spectacular PBR Touring Pro Division Bull Ride on Saturday evening where you can personally witness some serious riding by the competition's best National and International Bull Riders. A fireworks display will follow with some great music and entertainment into the night. The Festival provides great family entertainment, friendly hospitality and a jam packed three day program.

Property Details


  • Alcohol
  • Ambulance
  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
    BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
    Car park
  • Child Activities
    Child Activities
  • Entertainment
  • Shaded Area
    Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
    Sheltered Area
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
    Disabled toilet

Other Information

Children are welcome.

There is access for guests with a disability. At most venues in town disabled facilities are available including the main venue John Kerr Park and the Cunnamulla Fella Centre.

Pets Allowed:
Yes. Pets are allowed at some venues. No dogs are allowed inside the venue at John Kerr Park during the Rodeo or Bull Ride events because they may cause problems with stock handling and endanger competitors. However, dogs are permitted in Cunnamulla on a lead, also some accommodation is pet friendly.

General Comments

This is a family friendly event with entertainment and activities for the whole family.

The Cunnamulla Fella Festival PBR Challenger Series Bull Ride is a professional event supported by National and International athletes. A widescreen maximises the involvement and enjoyment of the event for spectators.

How To Get There

Cunnamulla is just seven hours drive west from Toowoomba, two hour's drive south from Charleville and three hours drive north from Bourke in New South Wales. Cunnamulla is located at the crossroads of the Matilda Highway and the Adventure Way. All roads lead to town for the Annual Cunnamulla Fella Festival.

Cunnamulla is accessible by coach via Greyhound (visit www.greyhound.com.au); by air via Skytrans (visit www.skytrans.com.au) or by train via Queensland Rail (visit www.queenslandrail.com.au).


Please contact the event operator for information on weekend passes and day tickets.

Event Dates

07 - 09 November

Frequency: Annual

Entry Costs

EntryCostValid From 
Adult$45.00   08 - 09 Nov   Weekend Pass (Friday and Saturday). Prices are subject to change as these are 2012 prices.
(Aged -14)
$20.00   08 - 09 Nov   Weekend Pass (Friday and Saturday). Prices are subject to change as these are 2012 prices.
Concession$35.00   08 - 09 Nov   Weekend Pass (Friday and Saturday). Concession prices are offered for pre-purchased tickets only, and to pension card holders only. Card must be presented at time of ticket purchase. Prices are subject to change as these are 2012 prices.
Family$110.00   08 - 09 Nov   Family Weekend Pass (Friday and Saturday) for two adults and two children. Prices are subject to change as these are 2012 prices.


John Kerr Park

Louise Street
Queensland Australia 4490

* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.