Tallebudgera Creek's calm waters make it an ideal place for families with young kids to enjoy the ocean waters. Dogs are not permitted in this section of the creek, however, there is an off leash area at the northern end of Tallebudgera Beach.
Tallebudgera Creek has one patrolled lifeguard tower:
Make sure you swim in the patrolled area between the red and yellow flags.
The waters in the creek are calm, however, surfers need only walk to nearby Tallebudgera Beach for a few waves. Surfers should always assess conditions. If in doubt, don't paddle out. For more information, visit our Surfing page.
To view the facilities available at this beach including accessibility features, use our interactive map.
Tallebudgera is known for its sparkling creek which is framed by the Burleigh Heads National Park on one side and Tallebudgera Beach on the other. The lifestyle is all about camping, swimming, picnicking, kayaking and fishing.
The Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park is so popular that generations of families return each summer to claim their favourite spot on the edge of this estuary.
Tallebudgera Creek is next to parkland that contains toilets, tables, shade structures and beach showers. There is also a dedicated oceanway, however, there is no bike parking.