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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Tolderodden Conservation Park, QLD.

Tolderodden Conservation Park
On the first leg of our road trip to Blackdown Tablelands National Park we dropped into Tolderodden Conservation Park. We had intended staying the night here as camping is allowed but it was so early in the day that we ended up having a picnic lunch before moving on. There were plenty of picnic tables and trees provided much needed dappled shade on such a hot day.

We did the walk which is only 700 m return. 

Being early spring, there were lots of butterflies and dragonflies about.

Clearwing Swallowtail, male.

The main birds in the campground were Cuckoo-shrikes.

Wildlife: Several types of dragonfly.
Butterflies: Clearwing Swallowtail, Yellow Albatross, Common Crow.
Bird List: Whistling Kite, Cuckoo-shrike, Peaceful Dove, Laughing Kookaburra, Rainbow Lorikeet, Australian Magpie, Rainbow Bee-eater.

Details for Tolderodden Conservation Park:
Where: Just over 400 km north-west of Brisbane, less than 5 hours’ drive. 6 km from Eidsvold on the Eidsvold-Theodore Road.
Access: just off a sealed road.
Facilities: Disabled toilet, tables, picnic shelter, wood BBQ (BYO wood), short walk, combined camping and day use area. Generators permitted. No bins.
Prohibited: Pets. Collecting wood.
Fees and Bookings: Book online before arrival as there is very limited phone reception and no self registration available. Normal National Park QLD fees. $6.30 per person per night.

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