Tallebudgera Creek is a great place for those who are in the mood for some fishing. It is on the southern side of the Burleigh Heads National Park not far from our Burleigh Heads Gold Coast Accommodation. An ideal fishing spot, Bream, flathead, and whiting are some of the common species found in the creek. You may also spot oysters and crabs.

The still waters of the creek make it an excellent place for water based activities like boating, swimming, and kayaking. Have a quiet swim sheltered from the barrel waves of the popular surf beaches. The water is calm, and the creek is shallow in places. This is a great place for young children to swim in.

Burleigh Heads National Park is close to Tallebudgera Creek. This beautiful park is filled with bush trails and scenic walking tracks. Spot seabirds and other wildlife.

The Tallebudgera Creek Park, with its walking track, also borders the David Fleay Wildlife Park. See some of Australia’s unique wildlife.

For a bit of fishing and communing with nature, visit Tallebudgera Creek and the parks nearby.