Yowie Park is a must see when you visit Kilcoy. Drop into the Kilcoy Visitor Information Centre to find out more about Kilcoy and the Yowie.
Pick up a special handmade gift at the craft cottage and have a chat to the volunteers who made it, or if you are a bit of a history buff, explore the Kilcoy and District Historical Society’s Hall of History and learn a little bit about Kilcoy’ past. You might also like to take a stroll around Fred Greensill Lake and the “For Valour” memorial walk designed by the Kilcoy RSL and learn about the town’s war veterans.
If art is more your style wander over to the Courthouse Art Gallery, to view the ever changing local and regional exhibits and have a chat to one of the volunteers about the artwork and workshops that they hold.
Yowie Park also has picnic and barbecue facilities, public amenities, and a children’s playground.
Eateries are within walking distance, as is the Kilcoy Aquatic Centre which is adjacent to the park for easy access.
Don’t forget to have your photo taken with the Yowie statue before you leave.
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