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Published April 22nd 2016
Visit Yowie Park, and Learn the History of the Yowie
If you travel from Brisbane to the South Burnett area on the D'Aguilar Highway, or vice versa, you will most likely pass the beautiful Yowie Park, where the mysterious Yowie is on show, or at least an image of this creature, which apparently was seen in the area in 1993!!
There are apparently other sightings reported of a Yowie – read here for more information.
The park is quite a popular spot for locals and tourists – not only is there a stunning lake, with the "For Valour Walk", commemorating the folk who fought in the wars (World War I, World War II, Korean, Vietnam and Afghanistan Wars"), but there are places to sit with your picnic lunch (under cover), and the Courthouse Art Gallery, The Craft Cottage and Hall of History are all there, not far from the Kilcoy Visitor Information Centre.
As well, a Yowie Coffee Van is in the park from Thursdays to Sundays from 7 am to 2 pm, so make sure you visit and enjoy the popular Yowie Coffee. For information on the Yowie Coffee Van, visit their Facebook page here.