Tallebudgera Foreshore Walk

Beautiful Tallebudgera Creek

When the morning air is cool and the water turns a deep sea green and Tourist and locals are still wiping the sleep from their eyes the true beauty of this setting is apparent. This is the best time to enjoy Tallebudgera Creek with the backdrop of Burleigh Headland National Park; you could almost believe you are alone in this paradise. The surf is pumping and the waves pounding at the mouth of the creek it is a sight to see.

Burleigh Headland National Park

Which direction will we take?


However most of us get up later, no problem the beauty of this location isn’t spoiled. If you enjoy walking for pleasure you are in for a treat. This is a diverse location with a concrete footpath all the way except for an area of gravel along the groyne (rock wall).  You can bring the pram or grandma for a walk along the foreshore it’s a flat walk with a fairly wide concrete pathway. This walk is best taken early in the day during the summer months, there is some shade on the beachside, but you will need a hat.

Most people arrive here via the car park, so you have a choice to make, head for the surf or go under the bridge. Let’s take the surf and check out the views. Walk along the boardwalk with that fabulous canopy overhead, it’s like walking into a tunnel I’m sure the kids will love it.

Now you can go straight ahead along Tallebudgera groyne or head south to Dune Way with the Aboriginal cultural theme along the concrete pathway.

Duneway

 

See you on my next walk.

4 Responses to Tallebudgera Foreshore Walk

  1. […] Tallebudgera Conservation Parkmangroves are dense and less influenced by human interference. The walk is not easy to find or access, you have two options, you can drive to the location or walk which means you have an up hill climb along Ocean Parade and the entrance is on your left…. the sign is difficult to see. […]

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