Burleigh Heads is one of the Gold Coast’s most popular beachside hubs. Famous for its beach-to-rainforest headland abundant with Aboriginal history and culture, buzzing restaurants, pubs and breweries, it’s only a short 15-minute drive from Broadbeach!
Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Connect to Country on a tour with the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Embark on a journey of discovery of Aboriginal culture with a guided walk along a picturesque beachside rainforest walkway wrapped around the magical mountain, Jellurgal. Learn about the Aboriginal history and culture of the Gold Coast, meet a traditional land owner and hear the dreamtime stories associated with the creation of Jellurgal, plus so much more!
After your tour, take a dip in the crystal clear waters of Tallebudgera Creek. Situated on the southern side of the headland in Palm Beach, Tallebudgera Creek is a protected haven, popular with swimmers, longboarders and families.
Indulgent food and drinks in a dreamy destination? We’re here for it! Burleigh Pavilion will have you basking in exquisite food, cocktails and wines while you soak up unparalleled views of the Gold Coast coastline.
Located just across from the beach, Burleigh Heads Hotel is sure to delight. With two bars, a premium gaming room, and a restaurant with a variety of dishes ranging from fresh seafood to classic pub foods, Burleigh Heads Hotel is the perfect spot to catch up with friends, new and old.
BURLEIGH BREWING CO
Nestled on the outskirts of Burleigh Heads lies Burleigh Brewing Co, one of the Gold Coast’s most renowned craft beer breweries. Take a seat in the taphouse and experience their award-winning brews while you grab a bite to eat and enjoy the live music. Want to find out what happens behind the scenes of this iconic brewery? Quench your thirst and learn all things beer as you go backstage with the Bremaster Brewery Tour.
With so much more to experience, fall in love with Burleigh Heads as you explore the Gold Coast this November after Groundwater CMF, 12-14 November 2021.