Bullyard is a small rural town located off the Bruce Highway in central Queensland, Australia, approximately 37 kilometres (23 mi) west of Bundaberg and 358 kilometres (222 mi) north-west of Brisbane, the state capital. It is a small community made up mostly of sugar cane growers, livestock & fruit and vegetable farmers.
Among the fruit and vegetable farms in the Bullyard area are tomato, mango, pineapple and potatoes.
Bullyard has a state school that facilitates the towns primary aged children. The school was founded in 1921 and currently has an enrollment of 68, at its highest enrollment Bullyard State School held 82 students in 1992. The School's emblem has three parts, a bull, a cane tractor and a book with the motto "Freedom Through Knowledge" .Children are bused in from surrounding towns including Bucca, McIlwraith and Goondoon areas. High school aged children in the Bullyard area usually attend Gin Gin State High School though there are buses into Bundaberg for a range of other secondary and tertiary school facilities.
Across from the state school is the Bullyard Multipurpose Hall. It is used annually for the Bullyard Oktoberfest and various other school and community meetings and presentations.