An idyllic family friendly paradise and natural playground, located in Australia’s favourite swimming spot.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park is set on the banks of a tranquil, sparkling creek, making it a favourite for family holidays but water lovers of all ages will be smitten with this special spot. The unique location provides easy access to the creek with many cabins and powered sites enjoying a waterfront views – some are mere metres from the shore.
Voted Australia’s Best Swimming Spot in Wotif’s 2019 Uniquely Aussie Awards, Tallebudgera Creek is ideal for any water related activity – swimming, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, water skiing and boating.
The creek is framed by Palm Beach on one side and Burleigh Heads on the other. Surfers won’t have to go far, with a choice of world class waves a stone’s throw from the caravan park and there’s a patrolled surf beach located across the highway.
Many of our Gold Coast beaches are patrolled. Click here to view the safe swimming beach locations.
A short stroll across the bridge will take you to the beautiful Burleigh Heads National Park where you can explore scenic walking tracks through lush rainforest and visit the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the local indigenous history and culture of the Gold Coast. There are plenty of places to explore nearby but no-one will blame you if you remain creek side for your entire stay!
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit everyone from families, large groups, couples to campers and caravans. Options include 31 waterfront and garden view cabins, two bunk houses and three lodging rooms as well as powered, unpowered and ensuite sites with picturesque views.
Gold Coast travel maps and guides are available for download… Our City’s key attractions may be explored by walking, cycling or catching public transport. Read more about the City’s Surf Network, a free public Wi-Fi network available to connect to within coverage areas.