Tallebudgera Creek is a very popular spot with families for activities such as stand up paddle boarding and fishing. Although some people do choose to swim here, it should be noted that there are no lifesavers or flags to swim between at this area of Tallebudgera Creek.
Beautiful Tallebudgera Creek at Burleigh Head National Park
Other walks include the Tallebudgera Link Track, which is a 250m link between the Oceanview Track and the Rainforest Circuit. The Rainforest Circuit which is a 1.7Km return track and includes the Tumgun Lookout over the national park and ocean, and short link track (80m one way) to Julia St.
Track through forested areas at Burleigh Head National Park
The rocky headland at Burleigh Head National Park is volcanic, and rises steeply from the ocean. This landscape creates spectacular views. However, walkers should always stay on the path, and follow instructions on signs in areas prone to rock falls.
Pandanus Palms love the steep volcanic slopes of Burleigh Head National Park
In addition to the gorgeous views, a variety of wildlife can be seen on these walks. This includes brush turkeys and eastern water dragons on the land, and dolphins and whales (during their annual migration from June to October) in the ocean.
Dolphins can be seen swimming off Burleigh Head National Park
Although the Gold Coast beaches are known for becoming busy at peaks times, early mornings still provide opportunities for families to enjoy them at their best. Have you visited Burleigh Heads at sunrise?