Tolderol Game Reserve

National Park - South Australia


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.

Being a game reserve there is a short duck hunting open season permitted in a designated area of the reserve and adjacent lakeshore (depending on seasonal conditions).

Tolderol Campground is located on the banks of Lake Alexandrina. Tolderol Game Reserve consists of a series of constructed open and shallow basins with connecting channels and levee banks. Access 2WD and 4WD. Suitable for tent, camper trailer. Facilities, no facilities. Campfires not allowed throughout the year. Number of campsites, 6 allocated campsites. Electricity, unpowered.

It is a dirt track out which is suitable for 2WD's however it can get boggy after heavy rain and then a 4WD is recommended.  It is an open area and you are at the mercy of the elements here.  It is grassy with scenic water views.  

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Camping Fee $12.50
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from