For an in-depth look at Aboriginal experiences that deepen your connection with the ancient heritage of this remarkable land, see below.
Nullawokka First Nations Gallery & Tours: Travelling along the Adventure Way on your way to Cunnamulla you will find the Nullawokka First Nations Gallery & Tours in the picturesque town of Bollon. Nullawokka means “black tracks” – an appropriate name for a company that has introduced travellers to some of Australia’s most iconic landscapes with a traditional and cultural view. Located in the historic 140-year-old post office building you can browse their carefully curated range of authentic Indigenous artworks, gifts and souvenirs, or book a tour with Uncle Bill, a local Kooma Elder for a cultural experience you will never forget. Welcome to Nullawokka First Nations Gallery and Tours
Cunnamulla Fella Visitor Centre and Art Gallery: Adjacent to the hot springs, you can be transported to a time when the Eromanga Sea covered the Outback. Discover the stories and culture of local Indigenous peoples and see the collection of some of the best local artworks on display at the Art Gallery and Heritage Museum. Cunnamulla Tourism – The Hot Springs Capital of Australia
Red Ridge – Blackall: Venture an hour from Tambo to visit Red Ridge in Blackall, and buy a piece of Indigenous art for yourself. Red Ridge is a not-for-profit community organisation that undertakes a wide range of community and public art projects, including visual and performing arts, fashion design, craft and textiles. Red Ridge the Label features central western Queensland Aboriginal artists – with their stunning artworks presented via the beautiful fashion brand. Red Ridge Interior Queensland
Indigenous Cultural Trail - Yumba Trail: Head 87km west of Roma to Mitchell, and visit the culturally historic Yumba. Yumba holds the rich history of Mitchell’s original Aboriginal settlement where the Gunggari, Bigara, Kooma, Kamilaroi and Mandandanji people once lived. Today, it serves as a sacred space for ceremonies, celebrations and learning experiences. The best place to learn about the local Indigenous community and its history is along the interpretive walking trail and The Old Schoolhouse Yumba Museum. Mitchell QLD - Indigenous Cultural Trail.