Eudlo Creek National Park is a conservation site located south of Palmwoods in southeast Queensland.
The park serves as essential habitat for numerous endangered plants and animals, including the Tusked frog.
Eudlo Creek National Park, Walks, Wetlands, Map, Habitat Area, QLD
Eudlo Creek National Park doesn’t require more than a day to visit. There are a handful of other lovely parks that you can also discover nearby; one of them is the Wominjeka Park. Also known as the Eudlo Recreation Grounds, the park has long been an iconic feature of the local town, serving the community as it’s provided with a safe and well-kept haven where everyone can gather for sports, concerts, social gatherings, and even as a meeting place for various clubs.
Wominjeka Park is equipped with a spacious, functional shed, indoor seating area, large kitchen furnished with utensils, serving space, microwave, and stove; opening that can be used for a bar, chairs that can accommodate over 100 people, veranda, toilets, open fireplace, and much more all in two hectares of land.
Another terrific outdoor destination in Palmwoods is the Kolora Park and Bushland Conservation Reserve. Located on the outskirts of town, the park is popular for the incredible population of ducks that thrive in its freshwater lakes and the reserve. Bring some comfortable shoes to explore the short walking track; more than 150 native plants are identified right here. It’s also suitable for children thanks to a playground and the Kolora Park Express Train that kids love.
Eudlo Creek National Park and its nearby attractions will be a sure hit with families and groups visiting.