Local Attractions near Kilcoy & Lake Somerset
Kilcoy is situated at the northern end of Lake Somerset, and is central to a large number of local attractions and activities.
Kirkleagh, on Lake Somerset, is popular for camping, fishing and watersports, especially water skiing. A great place to kick back and enjoy the peace and quiet of the country.
A short drive to the ranges will take you to the old gold mining and timber town of Jimna. Stroll the streets to soak up the atmosphere of days gone by. Driving further north of Jimna will take you to the peaceful National Parks camping grounds at Peach Trees. This popular camping area has safe swimming spots and wood BBQs with plenty of shade. Reward yourself with a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view over the State Forests from the viewing platform atop the 44m fire tower.
We are only a short 40km drive from the wildlife action at Australia Zoo.
Visitor Information Centre & Wineries
Pickup your free touring guide available at our town’s Visitor Information Centre situated at Yowie Park or from most businesses in town and take the day to tour some wineries in the Kilcoy area.
At Yowie Park are held on every second and last Saturday of each month.
Kilcoy Courthouse Art Gallery
Check out their Facebook page for activities and functions.
D’Aguilar National Park
Discover remote gorges, sheltered pockets of subtropical rainforest, expanses of eucalypt woodland and spectacular views to Moreton Bay. D’Aguilar National Park totals approximately 36,000ha.