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Burleigh Beach Tourist Park, Gold Coast

Burleigh Beach Tourist Park has a lovely location in Burleigh Heads just across the road from the surf beach. Apart from being renowned for its’ appeal to surfers, Burleigh is popular with all ages for its village-like atmosphere and easy stroll to the shops in the main street or a leisurely beach walk. Another attraction of Burleigh is the picturesque National Park with scenic bushwalks overlooking the coastline of the Gold Coast. Burleigh is located in the middle of the Gold Coast with easy access to all the theme parks and other Gold Coast attractions.

Facilities of the park; three and a half star standard villa-cabins, powered and sullage sites, camping sites, across from Surf Beach, amenities block, full laundry facilities, television outlets, children’s playground, free electric barbecue area, subscriber trunk dialling (STD) phones, gas and ice supply, coach tours catered for. There is also free wireless internet access.

Nearby attractions: theme parks, shopping complexes/local shops, patrolled beaches all year, surf and rock fishing, bushwalking, surfing, restaurants/cafes takeaway outlets, casino, public swimming pool, bowling/services club, golf courses, bird and wildlife sanctuaries, public transport.

Accommodation Options

Seashell Garden Cabin

All cabins contain two bedrooms, bathroom facilities,combined lounge/dining/self contained kitchen area, air conditioning unit, ceiling fans, Austar cable television, front balcony with barbecue and outdoor table. Linen is provided on existing bedding free of charge in all cabins. If an additional bed is required a linen charge will apply: AUD6.00 single or AUD12.00 double.

Unpowered Camping Site

Powered Camping Site



  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • National Park

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