A Tallebudgera Creek experience

Tallebudgera Creek

Posted in Local Attractions @ Apr 24th 2014 2:59pm - By Administrator

A picturesque site overlooking the gorgeous Tallebudgera Estuary, Tallebudgera Creek is a perfect holiday getaway for the family and for you and your friends who wish to discover the lush environments of Gold Coast and experience a different kind of nature trip. This is also the best place for those seeking an adventure-packed holiday and go swimming, canoeing, boating, fishing, water-skiing, and windsurfing.

For those who wish to go fishing, expect bream, whiting and flathead, which are the common fish varieties that inhabit the Tallebudgera Creek.

If you want more action, you can also ride the waves as the park is just located across the road from the Tallebudgera surf beach. It is also a few minutes’ waslk from Burleigh Heads National Park, which features a scenic and romantic walk and a lush rainforest for everyone to explore.

You can also explore more of what the Gold Coast has to offer—from beautiful beaches to rainforests.

For a more enjoyable Tallebudgera Creek escape and holiday on Gold Coast, you can also stay in a nice and affordable Palm Beach Gold Coast Accommodation such as the Royal Palm Resort.

With its location which is directly opposite Palm Beach, Royal Palm Resort has spacious bedroom apartments. Perfect for families and a group of friends, our apartment units are self contained and equipped with all the basic amenities to enjoy your holiday break. Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, comfortable living and dining area with cable TV. You can also enjoy superb panoramic ocean views from your apartment’s private balconies.

Our Palm Beach Gold Coast Accommodation also features excellent range of leisure facilities to help you relax and refresh. Our guests can enjoy our lagoon pool with waterslide, spa, sauna, tennis court, games room, gymnasium, giant chess board, and electric barbecue facilities.

Secure your reservation now and book online: royalpalms.etourism.net.au

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