The town and locality of Bajool in Queensland is located on the Bruce Highway. The rural town is part of the Rockhampton region local government area.
Bajool is known for the eight-mile system of creeks that flows through the eastern part of the town. Creeks in the region include Poison Creek, McGinley Creek and Ewart Creek. Several creeks and waterways in the Bajool region are frequented by fishermen.
Notable locations around the Bajool region include the Bouldercombe Gorge Recreation Reserve, the Fitzroy River and Casuarina Island.