What makes Coonamble unique is the abundance of art murals dotted all over the town. One of the most notable though is the Water Tower, painted by John Murray. The silo features a beautiful display of Galah birds, a pinkish cockatoo which is native to Australia.
Every year in June, Coonamble hosts Australia’s biggest rodeo, which lasts over a long weekend. See more than 1,000 cowboys and cowgirls from across the country, not just Coonamble Shire, show off their skills and talents at the Coonamble Rodeo and Campdraft.
This short walk is only a 420 meter path that connects two bridges behind Bourbah Street in nearby Gulargambone.
No need to pack up your own telescope, as they have their own high-tech, powerful telescope which gives you a spectacular view of the Milky Way and the nearby planets.
The Warrumbungles National Park is one of the main reasons why people venture up to the Southern Cross region. It’s unique, ancient landscape is the most iconic feature of this region and should not be skipped.