Jericho Community Park Rest Area

Waypoint: -23.60250 , 146.12767 GPS: -23.60528 , 146.12979
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Camping FeeMaximum 48 hrsDay Rest AreaToiletsCold ShowersDrinking WaterMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceBBQBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePets WelcomeSwimmingRiver FishingWalking
  • Day Use Area
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Fishing Spot
Lyon Street
Jericho QLD 4728
  • Payment via dotation
  • Very clean and quiet
  • Good choice of camping sites
  • Children's playground
  • Shaded picnic area
  • Yabbies - Blue Claw can be caught in River

Driving Directions

Turn south off highway at waypoint. Proceed via Bessemer & Pasteur Streets to Lyon Street.

Last updated by Glenys & Graham on 4th September, 2013
The Jericho Community Park Rest Area is on the bank of Jordan Creek in Lyon Street. There is ample room with level sites for any size rig. It is also known as Redbank Park.
Jordan Creek has a tendency to flood during wet periods and when there has been significant rain upstream. Be aware of this and choose a higher position under these circumstances.

At Jericho on the 1st Saturday of the month, (confirm), they run the most enjoyable drive in theatre with a local fundraising BBQ. You can walk there from the camp area also there is seating if you don't want to take the car. Cost is approximately $15 per adult. Great night out.

The park was designed and constructed by members of the Jericho community. The park has become a popular tourist attraction and is enjoyed by all who visit the park. The park has barbeque facilities, amenities block, playground area and is a fantastic spot for fishing, swimming and camping.

There are no camping fees but a small donation is requested.
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