Lake Wyaralong and the surrounding areas provide a great variety of recreation facilities to the local community and visitors to the region. The lake is popular for paddle craft, fishing and campers. A boating permits is not required at Lake Wyaralong, however you must obtain a SIPS permit to fish.
More than 40 kilometres of multi-use trails are available for walkers, horse riders and mountain bike riders.
Wyaralong’s mountain bike network provides trails for cross country, all mountain, downhill and four cross riders. The network has around 25 kilometres of International Mountain Bike Association standard single track, ranging from basic Green Trails through to Double-Black Diamond Trails, which are used by recreational riders, as well competitive events.
Multi-use trails from the Western Trail Access, along the shoreline and up onto the Mt Joyce ridgeline provide access for horse-riders. The Lilybrook Recreation Area (Western Trail Access) will also connect to the planned Boonah to Ipswich Trail, giving riders even more opportunities for riding in the future. Note: There are very limited watering facilities available at the site. Trail users should come prepared with a water supply for horses and must not water horses from Wyaralong Dam.
Please note that swimming is not currently permitted in the lake.
Beaudesert Boonah Road, Beaudesert,