Tallebudgera Creek Circuit

Queensland

This is a pristine waterway, one of the ‘must do walking tracks’ on the Gold Coast

Swimming
Picnic Facilities
Dogs Permitted
Coastal
Swamp or Wetland
24m
Maximum Elevation
123m
Total Climb

Getting there

Start at the carpark for David Fleys Wildlife Park, Loman Ln, Burleigh Heads QLD

Maps

Which maps cover the area?

Route/Trail notes

A detailed description of the walk!

Permits/Costs

Nil

Other References

http://walkingthegoldcoast.com/tallebudgera-conservation-park/tallebudgera-conservation-park-walking-loop

Comments

6.78km loop, really lovely easy walk

Suzanne on 7 Jul, 2019

Great walk - a bit few "steep" bits at the start but pretty flat after that.

Go under the main David Fleay's sign - follow the path to the right - mangrove walk- when you get to Ocean road go directly across and down the stairs. At bottom of stairs take Pindari Ave on the left and then Elanora Drive on the right right down to Awoonga Ave. This goes along Tally Creek to the bridge - go right across the bridge then right on the other side to follow the path along the water until Murlong Cres. Follow Murlong ( short) until Tallebudgera Drive, go right along Tally Drive until you hit the motor way - path goes right and across the bridge , right again through the park then along the road back to David Fleays !!!

Skye Skeff on 26 Apr, 2019

We had trouble finding the start of the walk by you actually do walk under the sign for David Fley’s Wildlife Park. The walking track then veres off to the right. There is a map before the sign which shows where the path actually goes. I wish we’d paid more attention because we got confused and ended up turning back before finishing. The track goes for about 1.5km and then you come to a street. There armed steps directly across the road that go down to another street. That’s where it seems to end. The map shows that you then follow the streets, turning left and then immediately to to the right and then right again to go back to Tallebudgera Creek. The track probably resumes there though we didn’t get there. Have a good look at the map before you start. Sorry I did’t photograph it.

Ian and Sue on 13 Apr, 2019

We had trouble finding the start of the walk by you actually do walk under the sign for David Fley’s Wildlife Park. The walking track then veres off to the right. There is a map before the sign which shows where the path actually goes. I wish we’d paid more attention because we got confused and ended up turning back before finishing. The track goes for about 1.5km and then you come to a street. There armed steps directly across the road that go down to another street. That’s where it seems to end. The map shows that you then follow the streets, turning left and then immediately to to the right and then right again to go back to Tallebudgera Creek. The track probably resumes there though we didn’t get there. Have a good look at the map before you start. Sorry I did’t photograph it.

Ian and Sue on 13 Apr, 2019

it was okay. Good for a first trail, getting used to it.. Very educational walk, learnt about the grey mangroves.

Anesu on 2 Jul, 2017

A nice one for the late afternoon or early morning, most of the track does not have tree coverage so bring a hat. Great views to be seen along the way. Plenty of places to stop for a picnic or swim.

rob.bushman on 5 Mar, 2017

Great walk with beautiful scenery.

Chantelle on 4 Jan, 2015

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