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Burleigh Head National Park

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Burleigh Head National Park

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90 km south of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Queensland 4220 Australia
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Gold Coast City Sights Tour with Crab Catching Cruise
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Gold Coast City Sights Tour with Crab Catching Cruise

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Discover the natural and cultural attractions of Australia’s Gold Coast on this packed full-day tour departing from either Brisbane or the Gold Coast. Browse through the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Learn how to catch a crab and enjoy a seafood lunch, visit Burleigh Heads, a world renowned for its spectacular surfing conditions and drive through the Gold Coast Region to Varsity Lake, Robin and Advance Town. Enjoy the diverse experiences of the Gold Coast all in one day.
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CodyMav wrote a review Oct 5
Gold Coast, Australia16,320 contributions1,014 helpful votes
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There are 3 main tracks across Burleigh Head National Park, a Rainforest track to the north, the Ocean View Lookout track across the middle, and the Ocean View Track around the front, each providing exactly what they suggest. The Lookout Track takes you to 2 formal lookouts and a couple of private sitting benches with view, all worth the effort to explore. Signs tell you to be mindful of wildlife, and I encountered a Koala on this occasion, walked towards me, crossed the path, then casually climbed a tree with a couple of stops and brief hello’s as she ascended. Just a wonderful wild experience. The tracks are fully paved, but do get to stairs on occasions. Take water and make the time to relax and enjoy this beautiful national park
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Date of experience: October 2020
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kpiddy wrote a review Sep 2020
Brisbane, Australia11,195 contributions1,071 helpful votes
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Second time visit to the National Park was made easier by discovering to enter from the Tallebudgera Creek side of the park, plenty of free parking near the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre and easy access to the walking tracks. We followed the Ocean View Track passed Echo Beach on Tallebudgera Creek, the path splits where you can either continue to walk on the lower path around the coastline or head up to Tumgum Lookout for the magnificant coastal views and the chance of spotting a whale. The uphill climb was easily managed by the three year old in our group. The track was fully sealed and mostly in filtered sunlight. After returning from our walk we spent time enjoying the small beach on the creek, great for small children, a beach with no waves.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Barrie Rogers wrote a review Aug 2020
52 contributions6 helpful votes
The lower track around the entire park is an easy walk with plenty of room for hikers and cyclists. The pathways are very well maintained and access to the various vantage points was easy. Everything is signposted and easy to find.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Anthony H wrote a review Aug 2020
Gold Coast, Australia291 contributions30 helpful votes
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Nice walk through the park, great views up and down the coast. The walk to the top is a little difficult due to the hill but the track is good but it’s worth the walk once you get to the top.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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richard g wrote a review Jul 2020
Gold Coast, Australia78 contributions15 helpful votes
A truly magical place. You can stand on all points of the compass and be amazed with astounding vues. The flora and fauna has been maintained and is a kaleidoscope of Australia
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Date of experience: July 2020
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