Tolderol Game Reserve
Tolderol Game Reserve is a protected area of 428 hectares on the north-western side of Lake Alexandrina.
The game reserve was proclaimed in 1970 and consists of a series of man made open and shallow basins with connecting channels and levee banks. These levees enable the manipulation of water levels to create rich foraging habitat for migratory wader birds.
Tolderol is a well-regarded bird watching location, reed beds along the lake shore, grassy banks and shallow basins attract a wide variety of water fowl and migratory wader bird species.
The reserve is approximately 11km south-east of the township of Langhorne Creek between Milang and Wellington.
Follow the Langhorne Creek to Wellington Road, turn right onto Dog Lake Road (unsealed). At the end of this road (approximately 9 kilometres), travel through the gate (please ensure you leave the gate as you found it). Follow the track to the left, then through another gate and into the reserve.
The road is suitable for conventional vehicles. The main track inside the reserve is also suitable for all vehicles.
A fabulous place to spend some time and there are always a great variety of birds to see and find.
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