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Yallakool Caravan Park - Top Parks Moffatdale

QLD Moffatdale
Pets Allowed
Sites Only*

Stay overnight at Yallakool Caravan Park on BP Dam and feel like you've escaped from everyday life to catch up on the things that matter.

The cabins, camping and caravan sites nestle right on the banks of the Bjelke-Petersen Dam in the middle of natural Australian bushland where you can reconnect with your family and friends around a friendly campfire or barbeque.
If you want to bring the family - PERFECT - as there is a pool, tennis court and modern play equipment located on-site. No need to worry about packing the fridge, as there is a Kiosk on-site for essentials and the township of Murgon is within 20 minutes drive.

Spend your time enjoying all types of water sports - kayaking, tubing, knee boarding, water skiing and jet skiing - and a spot of fishing (don't forget to check our Fishing Report!). Bjelke-Petersen Dam is a stocked impoundment so a permit is required to fish in the dam. Some of the most popular catches are Golden Perch (or Yellowbelly) and Australian Bass with Silver Perch also stocked in the dam.

Park Features

Pets Allowed
Sites only*
Your family pets are welcome to stay at this park! (Sites only*)
Barbeque
Boat Ramp
Cabins
Childrens Playground
Drive Thru Powered Site
Ensuite Cabins
Sewer Dump Point
Shop/Kiosk
Tourist Information
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Local Attractions

  • Fishing
  • If you're not here for the views, then you're here for the fishing - and it's exceptional. Read through the Manager's Fishing Blog each week for Tip of the Week and get advice on a lures from the Kiosk.
  • Popular catches on the dam include Golden Perch (or Yellowbelly), Australian Bass and Silver Perch, offering a great range for all levels of fisherman. The BP Dam Inland Family Fishing Classic is held on the long weekend in October every year and is a great event for families with most prizes major prizes drawn on entry number. Prizes are awarded for heaviest fish in each species for each session and then an overall winner for the weekend. There are also a number of other fishing competitions held throughout the year. Check for details when booking.
  • Bushwalking
  • Bushwalk along the banks of the dam, or extend further into the Natural Habitat that surrounds the expanse of water. Talk to the Managers before bushwalking to find out about the 'Must-Sees'.
  • Birdwatching
  • On the dam itself, you'll commonly find black swans, ducks, pelicans and cormorants. Several birdwatching groups who have stayed at the park have said that bird life is in abundance. Base yourself at the caravan park and visit Boat Mountain or the nearby Wooroolin Swamp where the bird life is extraordinary. There is a large array of king parrots, rainbow lorikeets and many other birds that frequently visit the kiosk and park. Koalas, wallabies and kangaroos are also regular visitors to the water's edge and the fringes of the park area.

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