Tag Archives: Tallebudgera Creek

Mangrove Walk

Mangrove Track and Tallebudgera Creek Conservation Walk Tallebudgera Conservation Park walk is not well known, it’s part of a network of bushwalks around beautiful Burleigh Heads, and there are two options to access this walk. Where is this Mangrove Track? Access From David Fleay Wildlife Park Ocean Parade, Burleigh Heads Distance Approximately 2.8km return Hat,… Continue Reading

A Real Australian Experience

David Fleay Wildlife Park – West Burleigh The first thing you notice when you arrive at David Fleay Wildlife Park is the tranquillity of the location and next is the ramp. It’s a very impressive structure and looks like it would facilitate bus loads of people.   The park is a about 7.45 ha not… Continue Reading

Tallebudgera Creek Track Downgraded

Tallebudgera Creek Track Downgraded

It’s been four long years since the Tallebudgera Conservation walk which continues on from David Fleay Wildlife Park Boardwalk to Ocean Parade Burleigh Heads was closed but news of this public walking track reopening is wonderful. Public Access Restricted However there is a downside to this reopening, this walking track originally had disabled access, but… Continue Reading

Oceanwalk Palm Beach to Miami Beach – Gold Coast

Oceanway Palm Beach to Miami Beach After being distracted over the last few months with 3 overseas business trips, it was time to have a decent walk not just a stroll along the beach. This walk is around 14 kilometres round trip not a biggie for seasoned walkers but none the less a fair walk.… Continue Reading

Tallebudgera Beach and Burleigh Headland Walk

There are so many activities to do on the Gold Coast whether you are a local or holidaying at Tallebudgera Tourist Park one of the best activities is walking. When walking around Burleigh Headland National Park you should pinch yourself, this would have to be one of the best Gold Coast Walks. The location is… 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