Discover The Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park is a favourite for many Australians and for generations of families. The park is right on the water, perfect for a swim or to get the old fishing rod out.
As Adrian Easedown the current manager of the park says “if people come here with their family as kids they’re more than likely to come back when they have kids of their own.”
It’s that sense of family and community that helps bring people back to the park, especially when everything you could need is within walking distance.
It has a range of cabins, superior and deluxe with water views, as well as some two storey cabins with water views. So many powered and unpowered sites, plenty of BBQ areas, a pool and a kids pool with a couple of small waterslides.
Caravan and camping have grown so much in the past year as it remains an affordable holiday for the entire family. At parks like this one, there’s so much for the kids and parents to enjoy, you can understand why more people are getting out and enjoying a caravan.
Burleigh Head National Park
The Burleigh head National Park has a beautiful walk along the water that lets you see Surfers Paradise and south to Coolangatta, right before arriving at Tallebudgera Creek.
Tallebudgera Creek is beloved by locals and campers alike, and usually on the weekend the beach is filled with families enjoying the warm sun and cool water.
The National Park has a few other walking trails, and the rainforest circuit gives you stunning views. In winter you’ll see plenty of whales and if you’re lucky you could even spot a koala in the trees.