Swim in the peaceful turquoise waters and bask in the sunshine on white sands, at one of the Gold Coast’s best natural beauty spots, Tallebudgera Creek.
Tallebudgera Creek offers water lovers a prime spot for swimming without the constant rush of the ocean’s waves. Less than 50m from the car park, you are standing on white sands with the creek slowly moving before you. Across the creek is the dense bushland of Burleigh Head National Park with another sandy bank on the far side.
With its turquoise waters, shallow sand banks, walking tracks and access to the ocean only 200m from the same car park, it’s a real natural beauty spot. Many bring their stand-up paddleboards, kayaks or canoes here and if fishing is your thing, you might like to know that Tallebudgera is an Aboriginal word, said to mean good fish.
Tallebudgera Creek is definitely one of the Gold Coast’s Hidden Gems!
Facts & Figures
- 1km return walk on a wide path from Tallebudgera Creek to the end of the dam
- picnic area
- bbq area
- water fountain
- car parking
Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach, QLD 4221
It only takes 10 minutes to get here from the M1. Take the first exit into the car park when travelling South across the Burleigh / Tallebudgera bridge.