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Tallebudgera Creek Conservation Park

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Take a 1.6-kilometre return nature walk alongside Tallebudgera Creek and through mangroves. On your walk you may encounter koalas and a range of native birds and crabs hiding amongst the mangroves.

Suitable for moderate fitness levels, the walk includes bitumen, a 250-metre boardwalk over the water, a mix of flat and uneven level tracks and some stairs.

Access this walk from the David Fleay Wildlife Park car park or from Ocean Parade (please be aware there is limited parking along this access).

It is suitable for children and you can take a pram in the Loman Lane end, however before reaching Ocean Parade you will encounter stairs and will need to turn around.

Visit our image gallery of the park.

Download a map of the Tallebudgera Creek walking tracks from the Queensland Department of Environment and Science (Parks and forests) website. Note from the map that domestic animals and cyclists are not allowed.

The nature trail in Tallebudgera Conservation Park adjoins the City's trails in Burleigh Ridge Park.

Download a map of the Burleigh Ridge Park nature trail (PDF 181kb)

Park facilities:

  • Boardwalk
  • Disability toilet
  • Toilets

Sports & activities:

  • Bushwalking
  • Great park for...

    • Bushwalking
    • Exploring nature
    • Walking
  • Address

    Tallebudgera Creek Conservation Park, Corner of West Burleigh Road and Loman Lane, West Burleigh, QLD 4220


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