Yeo Lake Nature Reserve lies in the Great Victoria Desert and is approximately 200km north-east of Laverton. It is part of the refugia for biological diversity in arid and semi-arid Australia. The reserve encompasses Yeo Lake itself, which is listed (in conjunction with Lake Throssell and their associated claypans and ephemeral drainage areas), in `A Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia`.
There is basic camping at the homestead area.
Facilities include rain water tanks (it is recommended that water is boiled before use), barbecue, tables and a toilet.
No fire wood collection is permitted within 10km of the homestead.
Best time to visit: Winter-spring when the wildflowers are abundant.
Access is four-wheel drive only and visitors must have provisions such as food, water, fuel and recovery gear.
For road conditions visit www.mainroads.wa.gov.au or ring Main Roads Department on 138 138.