Yarraman Caravan Park Yarraman, Fraser Coast / Sth Burnett, Queensland, QLD 4614
Open all year
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The park is set on high ground away from the noise of the highway, with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and amid a range of flower gardens, palms and native trees. The trees are a great attraction to the varied and colourful bird life. There are scenic walks from the park to the nearby forests.
Yarraman is a great base to stay at while you take in the sights of the South Burnett and Northern Downs regions including the Bunya Mts. and Palms National Parks, forest walks and off road experiences, wineries, historic sites and the Great South East.
The park is rated at 3 1/2 stars with features including swimming pool, free BBQ's, playground, campfire area, LPG refilling and kiosk. Drive through sites are also available.
On-site vans have private ensuites and powered ensuite sites are also available. Clean and comfortable cabins and vans are available on spacious sites for overnight or longer term. Drive through sites are also available and each site has a concrete slab.
The camping ground includes a camp kitchen and camp fire area.
Welcome to Yarraman, a picturesque country town about two hours drive from Brisbane, a little over an hour from the Sunshine Coast and less than an hour from the Bunya Mountains National Park. Another National Park only half an hours drive from Yarraman is The Palms National Park, one of the smallest national parks in Australia containing remnant vegetation , especially palm trees, that once would have predominated throughout the area.The noisy Pitta, a shy but colourful ground bird is also found within The Palms. In and around Yarraman can be found a large number of fascinating places to visit and interesting things to do including Wineries, Farm visits and stays, Local and Natural history museums, gold fossicking, Tarong Power Station and the Meandu Coal Mine, National Parks, Forest drives and walks in the State Forests, not to mention the fresh water fishing in the creeks and dams around the area.