The Yaraka area was once part of the giant Milo sheep station located on the southern side of the Yang Yang Ranges. Nestled between Mesa Hills with the backdrop being the Yang Yang, the region boasts picture postcard scenery.
'On the Outer Barcoo where the churches are few, And men of religion are scanty, On a road never cross'd 'cept by folk that are lost, One Michael Magee had a shanty.' B. Paterson.
Grab some drinks and snacks ready to join the popular Sunset Tour to spectacular Mt Slowcombe. Soak up one of the top 10 sunsets in the Outback.
End of the Line Museum
Haven't we all wanted to say that we travelled to the 'end of the line?' Well now you can. When in Yaraka, make sure you pop in to the End of the Line Museum.
Yaraka Swimming Pool
Cool off in the sparkling waters of the Yaraka pool. The beautiful Yang Yang Ranges make for a picture perfect backdrop as you float in this refreshing pool
If it's wildlife you're seeking, then head to Yaraka for wildlife galore. There's plenty of roos plus you may see goannas, goats, pigs, kite hawks, wedge tailed eagles.
Across a vast clay pan, not far from the centre of Yaraka, you can find the grave of Richard Magoffin who perished from thirst only a few hundred metres from the river.