The heritage trail is a tribute to the early architectural styles and building materials of early pioneers. The buildings are a reflection of varying social and economic status of the people. The late 1800s were a boom time when the railway was being built. However, the itinerant railway workers moved on and wool became the main industry. There were several huts built on the outskirts of town, made from flattened kerosene tins these huts are no longer standing - but the tins can still be seen. The trail includes Edmund Kennedy's Camp 18 and follows the river to the popular local 'beach'.
The Heritage Trail book is available from the Visitor Information Centre in Cunnamulla and Charleville or from the Gladstone Hotel in Wyandra.