The township of Condamine is located south of Miles on the meandering Condamine River, well-known for its excellent fishing.
You’re in the heart of cattle country here. Condamine is famous for the invention of the Condamine or Bullfrog Bell. Hung from the necks of working bullocks, the bells ensured stockmen could locate their roaming cattle from long distances. Learn more of this history when you stop to read the inscription on the side of the large replica bell in Bell Park.
Condamine is rugby mad with no less than three teams. Drop in to catch a weekend match or plan your visit for Condamine Rodeo and Campdraft in October.
Surrounding Condamine are many feedlots and a freshwater fish farm. Book ahead at the Condamine Hotel for a tour of these properties.