The Bulloo River catchment covers a total area of some 74,900 square kilometres. The main channel travels approximately 600kms through the townships of Adavale, Quilpie and Thargomindah, terminating at the Bulloo Lakes. The Bulloo River is carp free and in a relatively pristine condition. Yabbies are also readily caught. The fish species of the Bulloo River are the Bulloo Golden Perch or Yellow Belly, spangled Perch and the Moonfish or Hyrtl's Catfish. Fishing is also available in the Wilson River, at Noccundra, Cooper Creek and along the Paroo River in Currawinya National Park at the Corni Paroo Waterhole and the Ourimperee Waterhole.
No fishing permits are required however there are bag limits for different species. For further
information contact the Dept of Primary Industries & Fisheries 13 25 23.