Yarraman is situated in a unique position on both the D'Aguilar and New England Highways. This unique vantage point enables access to a wide variety of sites and attractions to visit during your stay.
A motocross park located approximately 10km east of Yarraman where the whole family can ride motocross and trail bikes on tracks specifically designed for all skill levels.
With loads of space for kids to ride their BMX bikes, mountain bikes and use their radio controlled toys in a family-friendly environment.
In warm weather the creek and rockpools are open for swimming or just cooling off.
At Phoenix Creek Motocross Park, safety is the primary focus.
MOTORCROSS RECREATION PARK
BUNYA MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
Bunya Mountains is the western most rainforest national park in South East Queensland.
It consists of 11,700 ha and rises 600m above the surrounding plains and is known for its distinctive dome shaped bunya pines, a truly outstanding park.
Ideal day trip for bushwalking, picnics, sightseeing and experiencing the beauty of native flora and fauna
PALMS NATIONAL PARK
One of the smallest national parks in Queensland, the tiny Palms National Park preserves remanent rain forest and a stand of Piccabeen Palms in a spring fed gully.
The Palms is located around 18km from Yarraman, near Cooyar. A short, easy circuit walk wanders through thick strands of palms with occasional hoop pines, Moreton Bay figs and gums.
There is a picnic area with BBQ’s and table.
COOYAR SUSPENSION BRIDGE
Picnic area and suspension bridge over Cooyar Creek offering opportunities for Platypus sightings.
General Store, Hotel and Ammenities are close by.
Muntapa Tunnel between Kulpi and Cooyar is Queensland’s longest straight railway tunnel (287m). The tunnel is home to a colony of bent-winged bats.
The tunnel is permanently closed, however the picnic area remains open. It is possible to walk 30 metres into the tunnel before reaching the closed gates.
The area is a large open space which has a picnic table, gas BBQ, waterless toilet and shelter but no water.
Interpretive signs are located throughout the park which includes descriptions on the history of the rail.
Located 2km east of Maidenwell. A popular beauty spot featuring grass trees, granite cliffs and a deep natural swimming hole. (access via steep walking path).
Originally was a stage post on the coach route from Moore to Nanango. It is the site of a stone walled cemetery and various old buildings dating from 1842.
Permission to visit the site must be obtained from the manager on 4163 0142.
SEVEN MILE DIGGINGS
Seven Mile diggings originally worked from 1866-1868. Traces of gold, as well as gemstones may be found in Yarraman and Cooyar Creeks in this area.
Permits from Nanango Tourist Information Centre 4189 9446 are required for access on Old Esk Road.
Vehicle access subject to road conditions.
Motocross and Enduro tracks for all off road bikes. Contact 4163 9164.