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Burleigh Ridge forms part of the Burleigh Green Space Conservation Reserves. Burleigh Ridge is approximately 25 hectares. The entire green space includes 103 hectares of vegetated ridgelines and slopes. It extends west along Tallebudgera Creek, from Burleigh Heads to the Pacific Highway and includes:
The parks in the Burleigh area form one of the largest and most significant conservation networks within the urbanised part of the city. They are part of the Burleigh Heads to Springbrook wildlife and vegetation corridor. Burleigh Ridge and the Burleigh Greenspace supports a significant koala population.
Burleigh Ridge is perfect for a bush walk close to home. It is an estimated 1.8 kilometres return from either entrance. Spot some of our native wildlife including koalas and enjoy our urban natural areas on your way.
Suitable for moderate fitness levels with a mix of hills and uneven level tracks and stairs.
Access via Tabilban Street, George Street and the Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh.
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This park is a dog prohibited area.
Map of dog prohibited area(PDF, 602KB)
A dog prohibited area is the signed part of a park, reserve, foreshore or beach where dogs are not permitted. Dogs are prohibited in all children's playground areas and within 200 metres of all flagged bathing areas.
Burleigh Ridge Park, West Street, Burleigh Heads 4220 View map and directions on Google
Burleigh Ridge Park, West Street ,
Burleigh Heads 4220