Eudlo is a rural village on the North Coast railway, 10 km south of Nambour. It is thought that the name derived from an Aboriginal expression describing eels. The Eudlo Creek has a fan-like pattern of tributaries before passing through the village in an eastwards direction to a large mouth upon its joining the Maroochy River at Maroochydore. Early in the 1900s the village was known as Eudlo Creek, and Eudlo Creek basin was a dairying area that continued when most others ended in the 1970s.


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