Bulloo Developmental Road

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Bulloo Developmental Road

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Bulloo Developmental Road (green on black)
General information
Type Rural road
Length 361 km (224 mi)
Major junctions
East end A71 Mitchell Highway, Cunnamulla
West end Cooper Developmental Road, Durham
Major settlements Eulo, Lake Bindegolly National Park, Thargomindah

The Bulloo Developmental Road is an outback road in Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Adventure Way, a route from Brisbane to Adelaide via the Australian Outback.[1]

It commences at Cunnamulla and travels approximately west for 361 kilometres (224 mi) until it meets the Cooper Developmental Road at 27°21′31″S 142°34′18″E / 27.3587°S 142.5718°E / -27.3587; 142.5718.

Locations on the route

From east to west:[2]

Major intersections

LGA Location km mi Destinations Notes
Paroo Cunnamulla 0 0.0 Mitchell Highway (State Route A71) north - Charleville /
east (via Balonne Highway (State Route 49)) St George /
south - Bourke
Eastern end of Bulloo Developmental Road. The road proceeds west through Cunnamulla via Emma, Wicks, and Louise Streets.
Warrego River 2.3 1.4 Darby Land Bridge
Paroo River 70.5 43.8 Bridge
Paroo Eulo 73.5 45.7 Hungerford Road - south - Hungerford
Lake Bindegolly 155 96 Bridge
Bulloo Dynevor - Norley[3] boundary 191 119 Quilpie Thargomindah Road - north - Quilpie Eastern concurrency terminus with the Dowling Track,[4] a series of roads that follows the historic stock route from Bourke to Quilpie via Hungerford and Thargomindah
Dynevor - Thargomindah boundary 196 122 Thargomindah Hungerford Road - south - Hungerford Western concurrency terminus with the Dowling Track
Wilson River 316 196 Bridge
Bulloo Nockatunga 320 200 Noccundra-Warry Warry Road - south - Noccundra, Tibooburra, and Broken Hill
327 203 Adventure Way - west - Innamincka
Durham 361 224 Cooper Developmental Road - east - Quilpie /
Woomanooka Road - west - Tanbar
Western end of Bulloo Developmental Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "Adventure Way". Royal Automobile Club of Queensland. Retrieved 17 May 2014.
  2. ^ "Cunnamulla to Thargomindah". Adventure Way. Royal Automobile Club of Queensland. Retrieved 17 May 2014.
  3. ^ Google (1 August 2017). "Norley, Queensland" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 1 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Prowling the Dowling". Australian 4WD Action. Express Media Group. 12 Aug 2011. Retrieved 25 Jul 2014.

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