Wednesday, February 18, 2009

About Eudlo

Eudlo is located on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia. It's a small town with about 850 residents. It used to be a cattle and timber town, but now has a train station, general store, tennis courts, rural fire service, post office, school, town hall and a new coffee shop.

Eudlo is indigenous Australian for 'eels' and we have eels in our dams here. We are located between Mooloolah to the south and Palmwoods to our north. We also have Chenrezig Buddhist Institute here.

Our rainfall averages about 1500mm and climate is subtropical.

Not many people work in Eudlo, most residents have to commute to work although there are many people working from home here too.

Eudlo doesn't have any town water or sewerage, so it is unlikely to be developed in the future.

Eudlo is also the Sunshine Coast's first Transition Town within the Transition Sunshine Coast regional structure.

This year we will be working on community projects and starting work on our Energy Descent Action Plan.

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