This reserve holds a special place in the heart of the Gold Coast community as somewhere to enjoy nature, walk, fish, kayak, swim and picnic.
The Beree-Badalla boardwalk features stunning views through the mangroves and out over Currumbin Creek and the estuary. The boardwalk finishes at Thrower Drive boat ramp, or you can continue the walk into Salk Oval Parklands where there is further car parking, a small sandy beach and a skate park.
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Note: Dogs must be walked on a leash unless otherwise stated and are totally prohibited in all children's playground areas.
City of Gold Coast has numerous areas where you can exercise your dog off leash.
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Beree-Badalla Reserve, 1168 Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach 4221 View map and directions on Google
Beree-Badalla Reserve, 1168 Gold Coast Highway ,
Palm Beach 4221