Welcome to Ocean Parade Burleigh Heads part of an area known as “Koala Park. Is this the Gold Coasts best location? If it's natural beauty and aquatic paradise that rings your bells - then you have to agree with me. This is the Gold Coasts best location.
Quiet and tranquil except for the birds ! and situated right beside beautiful Tallebudgera Creek
Direct access from the property to pristine unspoiled Tallebudgera Creek - most certainly one of Australia's most picturesque estuaries - is only 50 metres down a public easement in a council reserve.
The ambience is idyllic. Here you can enjoy a sea change and a tree change at the same time with breathtaking ocean and estuary views surrounded by towering eucalypt trees with an abundance of birdlife and more than the occasional koala.
Walking tracks surround the property offering nature lovers stunning vistas along the creek side and the many walking tracks of Burleigh Head National Park which is covered in sub-tropical rainforest and rises majestically to 80 meters above sea level.
Watch Eagles and Osprey soar and Pelicans glide as Kookaburras laugh and the breeze rustles through the trees. Yes, it's hard to believe that you are on the glittering Gold Coast here.
The location is ideal and many attractions can be enjoyed within walking distance. It is only 15-20 minutes walk to Burleigh main street cafes, restaurants and hotels and even less to a variety of calm water and surf beaches.
However you could choose to walk the scenic way either around the headland or energetically up and over it enjoying the incredible views from the lookout on the way. Or you could drive in a couple of minutes.
The house is a classic and you will be impressed by the attention to detail. It is perfectly maintained and an authentic example of 70s style.
It sits in an elevated position and boasts the perfect north east aspect that captures the views and the cooling sea breezes in summer and the warm winter sunshine in the cooler months.
The open pan living area is expansive and enjoys breathtaking views from every aspect.
The wrap around balconies are perfect for the Queensland lifestyle and the views through the towering gum trees and over the estuary to the Coral Sea and Coolangatta beyond are truly inspiring.
The home has 3 comfortable bedrooms that enjoy leafy outlooks and cooling breezes. After an energetic day lull yourself to sleep to the sound of the surf resonating up the creek and wake to the sound of birds as the sun rises over the Pacific in the eastern vista from your balcony. A new day begins and you will probably find that you will quite happily stay right here.
Burleigh's most famous feature is of course one of the world's best surf breaks. A Burleigh barrel cascading and feathering its way along Burleigh Point is many a surfers dream. Whether you wish to ride the barrel or just spectate from natures grandstand on the headland you will be impressed.
Burleigh is a centre for surf culture and the birthplace of professional surfing as we know it with the original man on man Stubbies surf comps of the 70's.
This area is best enjoyed from the water. Explore the mangroves and the foreshore by Sea Kayak in your own front yard. The scenery is pristine and untouched. Bird and marine life are plentiful.
Easily paddle up to the creek mouth for a swim at the amazing Echo Beach on the northern side of the creek or under the watchful eyes on the patrolled beach on the southern side of the creek. Kayak hire can be arranged.
Stand up paddlers love it here. The latest craze to hit our beaches is right at home here. The still water of the creek is bliss for beginners and the creek mouth provides the perfect beginner waves for those ready to take on the sea.
Bicycle paths abound on the Gold Coast and this central location will give you easy access to the full length of the Gold Coast strip.
So if it is the natural beauty of the Gold Coast that you wish to enjoy during your time here , well this is the best place for it. A quiet tranquil and incredibly beautiful location set amidst all the natural wonders of South East Queensland.