Yackamoorundie Park


4.2 from 21 users


The best-used of many tourist sites in the town is the Yackamoorundie Park, on the banks of the Broughton, designed and developed by the Yacka Progress Group in the 1980s. The park provides a welcoming and much-appreciated environment for passers-by, picnickers and campers. It has free electric barbecue facilities, woodfire barbecue facilities (not available for use in fire danger season), playground equipment, clean toilets and - Yacka's newest attraction - five mosaic picnic tables designed and made by local residents as a community arts project. 8 powered sites are available and are suitable for tents, camper trailers, caravans.motorhomes and big rigs. Facilities include toilets, showers, bins and dump point. Payment to be made to one of the park volunteers whose phone numbers are listed on the gate sign.

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Lat: -33.568781 Lng: 138.444383

User Reviews



Good quiet spot for a night or 2.



What a great park. Much easier to access now than previous years. No longer have to get a key, or wait for someone to let you into the park. It now has coded locks on gate , toilet and shower. Just ring for the code. Power and water available. The caretaker may meet you, or come and visit you once you have Arrived. All for $15 a night. Best value in the region. Great little town for a wander. Lots of history.


west coast buds

Fantastic set up. Go for a walk around town, it is much bigger than you think. The facilities are great. Check out the mosaic tables in the park


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