Whilst walking through this magnificent town, Take a photo with the life-size Diprotodon statue. Fossils of these giant Megafauna have been found in the Eulo area and will go on display in the Eromanga Natural History Museum.
Visit the Air Raid Shelter built at Eulo during WW2. Why is it here? Come and find out!
Visit the natural release valves of the Artesian Basin only 12km west of Eulo. Then make your way back into town for an “Artesian Mud Bath”. Time to relax body and mind, clean, tone and revitalize your skin with nature’s own unique formula. Bathe in milky grey artesian mud drawn fresh from ancient springs. Wine is sipped; nibbles are tasted, whilst braziers bring warmth in the cold winter nights.
After spending some time relaxing, fishing or Birdwatching on the Paroo River, the last remaining free flowing river in the northern part of the Murray – Darling Basin. Take advantage of the 4WD tracks before venturing to Currawinya National Park.