Yallakool Tourist Park Murgon, Fraser Coast / Sth Burnett, Queensland, QLD 4605
Open all year
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Yallakool Tourist Park is situated on 150 acres of parkland on the banks of the Bjelke Petersen dam 12km from the township of Murgon. With country fresh air and some of the best fresh water fishing spots in Queensland, Yallakool is surrounded by several wineries on the Barambah Wine Trail. So come and discover the magic of Yallakool Tourist Park in the beautiful South Burnett.
If you were driving along the Murgon-Goomeri road, you could be excused for not realising that there was a large freshwater dam and tourist park just back off the highway. Only the signs reveal its presence.
Yallakool is situated in the middle of native bushland - and as you continue along the road beside the Park, the vast expanse of the enormous Bjelke-Petersen Dam opens out before you.
On most days, the only sounds you will hear are those of people enjoying themselves or the calls of the wildlife.
On the dam itself, you'll commonly find black swans, ducks, pelicans and cormorants. Koalas, wallabies and kangaroos are also regular visitors to the water and the fringes of the park area too.