Yalgoo is a tiny town in the Outback of the Wheatbelt area of Western Australia. Its six hours north of Perth and 2 hours east of Geraldton and its known that the Outback being here.
Yalgoo is a popular spot to try your luck at finding gold by fossicking throughout the area. As you drive through the town you will come across the Yalgoo Sporting Complex which is historically the old train station. The Yalgoo Sporting Complex is home to the Jockey Club which has a race meet once a year. Whilst we have never been, we here it goes off with a bang! You know your in the outback when the track is dirt!
The caravan park is opposite the Sporting Complex and has a simple layout with basic amenities. Full powered sites on offer and is a cash only park. If your looking to fuel up and grab a feed in town, the local Caltex Self Serve is available and you can try your luck at the local pub with a “Goo” Burger. They are the best burgers and are fully loaded! YUM!
If you would like further information on the town and the Shire of Yalgoo, check our their website for further details.
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