Cooladdi

Stopping at the Cooladdi Foxtrap is an experience on its own. It is an all-in-one store, motel, pub and post office. This town may be one of
Queensland’s smallest towns but it still has a lot to offer.

Once a thriving railway town, the railway station was originally called Yarronvale but was later renamed to Cooladdi (Aboriginal name meaning ‘Black Duck’) in 1913 to stop the confusion between a nearby patrol station with the same name.

Explore the remnants of what once was. The town had a population of 270 and housed a police station, butcher, school, post office and boarding house. The Cooladdi railway siding that remains today is one of the most photographed buildings around the Cooladdi region.

Take a stroll along Quilberry Creek (Aboriginal name meaning ‘Plenty of Water’) and enjoy the serenity of what nature has on offer, or throw in a line and try your luck at catching a fish or maybe even a yabby.

These small outback towns really do have so much personality so put Cooladdi on your list of things to see and do in the Murweh Shire.

We're here to help and with so many things to see and do in and around Cooladdi, Morven, Augathella & Charleville, plan your stay for a little longer, as one day is never enough to experience all the Murweh Shire towns have to offer.