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About Tolderodden

Getting there and getting around

Tolderodden Conservation Park is located in the Upper Burnett close to Eidsvold and is approximately 256km from Maryborough. From Maryborough travel through Childers, Biggenden, Gayndah and Mundubbera to Eidsvold.

From Eidsvold there are two routes:

  • follow the sealed Eidsvold—Theodore Road for 6km and turn right into the camping area located on the eastern bank of the Burnett River. Suitable in all weather conditions.
  • travel west along Spring Gully Road (sealed) for about 3.5km and then continue driving around to the left onto an unsealed road. Drive another 1.5km to Tolderodden Conservation Park camping area. This access route is suitable for conventional vehicles, camper trailers and caravans in dry weather only.

Read about road conditions for roads managed by the North Burnett Council.

Wheelchair access

Toilet facilities in the camping area are wheelchair accessible. The camping area has uneven surfaces and assistance for wheelchair access is recommended.

Park features

This small park beside the Burnett River was once a camping and water reserve.

Camp or picnic under the Moreton Bay ash trees on the banks of the Burnett River. It is a great place for an overnight stop when travelling through.

You can also visit the Historic Eidsvold Station.

Camping and accommodation


A camping area is provided along the banks of the Burnett River.

When camping, insert your booking number and display the tag at your camp site.

Other accommodation

Motel and caravan park accommodation is available at Eidsvold.

For more information see the tourism information links.

Things to do


Walking track
Grade 3 track
—formed track, some obstacles. May have short, steep sections. Caution needed on exposed natural lookouts. Some bushwalking experience recommended.
Distance: 700m return
Time: allow about 30mins
Details: From the camping area follow the track up a ridge for a view over the park.

Picnic and day-use area

Have a picnic under the Moreton Bay ash trees on the banks of the Burnett River.  Picnic tables, rubbish bins and a pit toilet are provided. Tank water is available (treat before drinking) and wood barbecues are supplied.

Fallen branches, logs, sticks, rocks, and shrubs (dead or alive) are all protected. Collection of wood within the park is prohibited. Bring your own manufactured fuel or clean, milled firewood; or preferably, use your own fuel or gas stove.

Things to know before you go

Essentials to bring

  • Carry a mobile phone and first-aid kit and know how to use it.
  • Bring enough drinking water.
  • Bring your own manufactured fuel or clean milled firewood if planning to use the barbecues.
  • Bring insect repellent and sunscreen.

Opening hours

This park is open 24 hours a day. For your safety, walk in the park during daylight hours only.


Domestic animals are not permitted in Tolderodden Conservation Park.

Climate and weather

Eidsvold enjoys a temperate climate. The average daily temperature range is 30°C to 33°C in summer and 21°C to 23°C in winter.

For more information see the tourism information links.

Staying safe

  • Plan ahead—let a responsible person know of your itinerary, and emergency plan if things go wrong.
  • Never walk alone—if something happens to you, someone in your group can go for help.
  • Protect yourself from the sun—wear adequate clothing and sunscreen.
  • Always put your fire out with water, not sand or dirt.
  • Swimming is not recommended.
  • Ensure valuables are kept secure.

In an emergency

In case of accident or other emergency please:

  • call Triple Zero (000).
  • advise the location and nature of the emergency.
  • stay on the phone until you are told to hang up.

The nearest hospitals are at Eidsvold.

Mobile phone coverage is not reliable in Tolderodden Conservation Park.

For more information, please read the guidelines on safety in parks and forests.

Looking after the park

Parks and forests protect Queensland’s wonderful natural diversity and scenery. Help keep these places special by following these guidelines:

  • Remember, everything within the conservation park is protected.
  • Do not take or interfere with plants, animals, soil or rocks.
  • Do not feed or leave food for animals. Human food can harm wildlife and cause some animals to become diseased and/or aggressive.
  • Stay on tracks. Do not cut corners or create new tracks, as this causes erosion.
  • Place rubbish in the bins provided or take your rubbish out of the park for appropriate disposal.

See the guidelines on caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.

Park management

Tolderodden Conservation Park covers 114ha. It was first gazetted as an environmental park in 1986 and became a conservation park in 1994. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) manages Tolderodden Conservation Park under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 to preserve and protect its natural and cultural values in perpetuity.

Tourism information links

Bundaberg Information Centre

Eidsvold Library and Tourist Information Centre

Further information

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Last updated
10 August 2017