Tag Archives: Palm Beach

When Seagulls attack

Predawn can be a rewarding time to walk on the beach, you have the opportunity to see the first rays of light break into a new day, and with camera in hand you can capture some spectacular pictures.   However there can be dangers believe it or not, and I’m not talking about the remnants… Continue Reading

Elanora Wetlands

Elanora Wetlands

Beautiful Bush Walking Trail at Elanora Wetlands Reserve It’s been over three years since I walked Elanora Wetlands along the upper reaches of Tallebudgera Creek, and what a difference in the walking trail. The volunteers and maintenance from the Gold Coast City Council have made a vast improvement in the experience.   The last time… Continue Reading

Beree Badalla Boardwalk Damaged

Boardwalk will be Officially opened August 10 Good News Walkers! the boardwalk along Currumbin Creek named Beree Badalla Boardwalk at the Palm Beach side of the creek will open this weekend!.   During the Australia Day long weekend the storm front brought havoc and with it substantial damage to many parts of the Gold Coast.… Continue Reading

Tarrabora Reserve

Tarrabora Reserve’s use from park and recreation has now been reclassified to ‘environmental’ to protect its vegetation from development. This little piece of bushland between the busy Gold Coast Highway at Palm Beach and Currumbin Creek deserves to be protected. It’s a wonderful addition to Palm Beach Parklands where you can get that bush walk… Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

Where is Currumbin Spit?

Can you walk Currumbin Spit? (Palm Beach) Do you know where Currumbin Spit is? I didn’t. I have lived on the Gold Coast for many years but never knew where it was. Walked often in this area but still didn’t know what the location was called. Thought about it a couple of times maybe it… Continue Reading