Rodway is a heritage-listed villa located at 2 South Street, Rangeville, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. The architect of this building was Harry Marks, and it was built from c. 1904 to 1930s. It is also known as Sylvia Park. Rodway was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.
Rodway is a two-story timber building with a hipped roof and a verandah that wraps around the building on three sides. The verandah has a timber balustrade and brackets, and the roof has exposed rafters and battens. The building has a central entrance with a gabled roof and a fanlight above the door. The windows have timber shutters and hoods, and the building has a brick chimney.
Rodway is a fine example of the Federation-era villa, which was a popular architectural style in Australia from 1890 to 1915. The building is significant for its association with the development of Rangeville, which was a residential suburb of Toowoomba. Rodway is also significant for its aesthetic qualities, which include its decorative timberwork, hipped roof, and verandah.