Wallumbilla & Surrounds

​Population: 270
Average Maximum Temperature: 34.2°C
Average Minimum Temperature: 3.7°C
Did you know?: It is believed that Wallumbilla gained its name from the language of its traditional owners, the Mandandanji Aboriginal people, meaning ‘plenty of Jewfish’.

The friendly and charming town of Wallumbilla is located 40 kms east of Roma on the Warrego Hwy. The residents of Wallumbilla and surrounding district are a dedicated welcoming community committed to enhancing their town’s natural appeal.

Experience the charm of Wallumbilla with a visit to the Calico Cottage, where visitors will be treated to good 'old fashioned’ country hospitality. Visitors will find a delicious range of home baked country treats and local crafts at the Calico Cottage.

Discover local heritage at the Wallumbilla Heritage Centre and Wallumbilla Railway Station, each housing interesting and unique interpretative displays, artefacts and photographs. Gain insight into the local Indigenous history with a visit to the monument to an Aboriginal legend at Pickanjinnie.

Whilst initially Wallumbilla presents as a quaint country town this first impression belies the level of industry and activity which underpins this energetic and proactive community. With its retail and rural supply services, commercial premises, hotel, arts and cultural activities, educational facilities, and sport and recreation activities, Wallumbilla offers residents and visitors all the necessary conveniences.