Newsagency and general store
Wallumbilla's Calico Cottage, open seven days a week, is the town's Visitor Information Centre. As well as this, Calico Cottage sells locally-produced arts and crafts along with refreshments.
The town also contains three churches, as well as a Masonic Hall. Other amenities include a hotel/pub, a news agency, and a petrol station.
While the town proper has under 300 residents, the local school (Wallumbilla State School) has over 100 enrolled students. Most of these students hail from properties surrounding town, as well as the high school students from neighbouring town Yuleba.
Locals believe that if not for the discovery of gas at nearby hub Roma, Wallumbilla would have flourished into a similar hub, as the discovery of gas in 1908 near Roma preluded the Wallumbilla cattle sale yards (a thriving business according to local history) to move up to Roma, accentuating its growth.
A major gas hub is in preparation for Wallumbilla, planned to start operation in 2014.
Traditionally Wallumbilla's main industries were dairy and beef cattle, now the main industries are cropping and beef cattle. The main crops include sorghum and wheat.
To the north of Wallumbilla the Great Dividing Range (in this region no more than a bumpy watershed) passes roughly ESE to NNW. The town is sandwiched between Wallumbilla & Middle Creeks as they flow south toward the Condamine/Balonne River.
Wallambilla has a public library, heritage complex and visitor information centre.
Wallumbilla has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
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- Maranoa Online A portal servicing the Maranoa - a region encompassing Wallumbilla
- University of Queensland: Queensland Places: Wallumbilla
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). "Wallumbilla (L) (Urban Centre/Locality)". 2006 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 2008-11-29.
- "Gas Supply Hub". Australian Energy Market Operator. Retrieved 18 February 2014.
- "Nostalgic Queen's Theatre (entry 19499)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 2013-07-11.
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