Eudlo Creek Conservation Park is a gorgeous conservation park area located in Diddillibah on the Sunshine Coast.
It’s of great environmental significance due to the biodiversity located here.
Eudlo Creek Conservation Park, Walking Tracks & Map, Diddillibah QLD
In the early 1870s, a bridge was constructed through it didn’t become more of a settlement until the late 1880s, when the government became interested in the available lands. Farmers began to arrive, and the Queensland Government built a railway on Mackay’s land. It wasn’t until 1910 that Eudlo finally developed as a township; houses and other commercial establishments eventually began to sprout.
Today, several rare and endangered flora and fauna are protected within the park. It’s also a popular destination among bird watchers, so make sure to head out along one of the walking tracks.
Make the most out of your visit by spending a night or two; two campsites near the park are perfect for soaking up the great outdoors: Rivershore Resort and Hidden Valley @ Gro Mad Plantations.
Eudlo Creek Conservation Park has an upper catchment, which is completely absent of any vegetation because it has already been cleared for residential and grazing areas. In the past, it was once home to thriving Blackbutt forests. Meanwhile, the creek’s northern side still features abundant Tallowwood and Bloodwood, while on the lower slopes, one can find Flooded Gum.