Australian Flag We're proudly Australian owned, Australian run.

Yarramalong Weir

4 Ratings

Features

Popular

  • Icon for Pets Allowed
    Pets Allowed
  • Icon for Free
    Free
  • Icon for Toilets
    Toilets
  • Icon for BBQ Areas
    BBQ Areas
  • Icon for Swimming
    Swimming
  • Icon for Allows fires
    Allows fires

Top Questions

Photo of Hannah Hibbert Laws
Hannah Hibbert Laws 1 year ago
Question:

Can I camp with just a Tent?

Answer:

4 Reviews

Photo of Dave c.
Dave c.
2 months ago

Just be careful of ticks. Spotted one in the first hour setting up camp. Visited on a Saturday night, Seems like the local hang out for the younger ones to party.

Photo of Glampster
Glampster
3 months ago

Weekend trip away was ok, toilets were good but no showers. Gravel road at one entry point for about 2km however there is an alternative entry. Windmill was beautiful as was sunset. Night sky was amazing even got to see a shooting star

Photo of Wazza
Wazza
7 months ago

Nice quiet and peaceful spot. With a couple of well kept toilets. Good free camp! Would be nice to see the weir with water in it....

Photo of Rory B.
Rory B.
1 year ago

Nice spot, plenty of space for camping. Really enjoyed ourselves.


Location

601 Yarramalong Rd,
Tummaville,
Queensland

Map of Yarramalong Weir
Get directions

Details

Listing type
Campsite
Caravans
Yes
Phone
Website
Visit

Closest

Caltex Pampas

3.98 km

Related lists

  • Top 10 campsites for fishing near Bendidee National Park, QLD

    Fancy a bit of fishing alongside your camping trip this weekend? We've got you covered. Here are 10 campsites with fishing around Bendidee National Park, QLD.

  • Top 10 free campsites near Toowoomba, QLD

    For those camping on the cheap, here are some great campsites we found near Toowoomba. 

  • Top 10 campsites that allow fires near Wondul Range National Park, QLD

    They say life is better around the campfire. And we could not agree more.  Over the years due to increase fire risk it's become a challenge to find great campsites that allow you to have a fire by your tent.  Please be a responsible Aircamper and brush up on your fire safety knowledge. Bushwalking NSW has a great article that'll give you the rundown on how to light a fire responsibly. Below we've collected some hidden gems near Wondul Range National Park, QLD that still allow you to sit back, toast your feet and incinerate some marshmallows while telling stories about camping when you were a kid.


Nearby locations


Nearby campsites

Map attribution

© Mapbox © OpenStreetMap contributors