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Yesterday we went via the lower path around the headland. It's level and easy - suitable for all ages.
Nice views out to sea and then through a bush area as you get close to Tallebudgera.
They do close the track at nights and in...More
Burleigh heads National Park is located on 27 hectares which has a stunning walking track with passes through pandanus groves , coastal heath, mangroves , rainforest onto rocky headlands to Tallebudgera Creek . The views are gorgeous & a great spot to watch surfers ,...More
Good views along the coast. Annoying to run with do many people on the track. Good spot to watch surfers. Hard to get parking. Worth going to if you're in the area, but I wouldn't travel far to do this
What a beautiful spectacular part of the world vibrant with lots of locals, surfers, tourists and all in between. It couldn’t have been much more of a beautiful day today, the view was incredible and clear. Pros amazing beautiful destination. Con a few mosquitoes were...More
Burleigh heads has a beach which is very nice, but if you walk up across the headland, you get amazing views and end up at a creek where you can swim and walk back to the main area on the coastal path. Really well kept...More
Great to see lots of people using the tracks that are well maintained. The view is worth the gentle climb. The walk amongst the rainforest is quite relaxing and shadey. There is a track to Tullabudgera Creek along the inlet that is still a very...More
This is an amazing and easy walk from Burleigh Head with spectacular views to Surfers Paradise that lookalike a mini Manhattan to Currumbin Creek along the cliff face on a bitumen path. See whales, dolphins coast bush. Bush turkeys and more
Currumbin Creek is a...More
There is a "friends of burleigh" group that meet regularly and spend time removing unwanted species under the guidance of council/parks staff. i would suggest meeting up with them for a more in-depth visit and to get some... More
There is a "friends of burleigh" group that meet regularly and spend time removing unwanted species under the guidance of council/parks staff. i would suggest meeting up with them for a more in-depth visit and to get some genuine knowledge of the many species there. Sorry i cannot be more help.