Eulo owes its existence to the fact that it is situated near a good waterhole on the eastern bank of the Paroo River and because it lies on the direct route of travel to the West.

Where did the name, “Eulo”, come from? Stories vary. One theory is that it was named after a European woman whose name was pronounced “Eulo” although the spelling was different. Another theory links the name to Aboriginal origins.

Some say it means a dry place/creek/river while others insist it means wet springs. The original township was built closer to the river but was moved to higher ground (its current location), after floods almost wiped out the entire town.

The town of Eulo is situated on the Bulloo Developmental Road (Adventure Way) 70 km west of Cunnamulla and has a population of about 70 people.

The township was originally built close to the Paroo River but as floods almost wiped out the entire town, building began on higher ground where Eulo now stands. Like most bush towns it has an interesting history.

The most notable character was Isabel Robinson – the Eulo Queen. She was born in 1849 on the isle of Mauritius and migrated to Australia as a teenager.

She arrived in Cunnamulla in 1878 and shortly afterwards moved to Eulo with her husband. The town’s only pub carries her name and is where visitors can learn about her life and the early history of the town.

The Club Boutique Hotel in Cunnamulla has a magnificent portrait of the Eulo Queen Isabel Robinson painted in oils by Australian environmental artist Michael Nicholas. Michael Nicholas has sold more than 4000 works around the world and was commissioned by the Queensland Government to paint the portraits of every Premier of Queensland plus the Speaker. Michael Nicholas has works displayed in every Australian National Gallery as part of their collections.

The rural land surrounding Eulo is predominantly used for sheep and cattle grazing, however, the area is well known for its rich flavoursome honey obtained from the blossom of the local native Yapunyah tree.

Honey along with other natural products made from bees wax are produced at Eulo for the local and national market.

Eulo has many tourist attractions, such as the Lizard Lounge, a newly built picnic area, the old Gaol, the Bilby Burrow art and craft gallery, a general store with a display of honey production, a date farm and winery open to visitors and mud springs just west of the town.

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Eulo Queen Hotel & Caravan Park

Eulo Queen Hotel and Caravan Park lies on the tourist trail in the hub of Paroo Shire opal, bee keeping and grazing country. The main route to all western Queensland tourist attractions runs past the front door.

Jeffrey & Janelle welcome you to:
Eulo Queen Hotel and Caravan Park
Leo St, Eulo QLD 4491

Eulo Queen Hotel and Caravan Park

The hotel offers hearty home cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Eulo General Store

The store has excellent coffee and cakes available as well as general groceries.

Artesian Mud Baths

Relax and unwind at the Eulo Artesian Mud baths which use natural artisan clays to help detoxify and rejuvenate your skin. Relaxing in the tub while sipping on a drink of your choice and munching on nibbles is a great way to experience Eulo.

Ph: 07 4655 4890



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