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Half-Day Gold Coast Kayak Tour Including Burleigh Heads National Park, Tallebudgera Creek and David Fleay Wildlife Park image 1
65 €

Half-Day Gold Coast Kayak Tour Including Burleigh Heads National Park, Tallebudgera Creek and David Fleay Wildlife Park

A half day tour filled with a diverse range of activities from culture, adventure and beautiful scenery. Experience the Gold Coast cultural heritage. Hike on a subtropical forest and witness the majestic city and coastal views. Join a Kayak Eco Tour along pristine calm waters. To top your day off, meet some Aussie animals at a heritage listed Wildlife Park. 


The day will start by meeting at Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Burleigh Heads at 8am, or at a pre-arranged earlier time if requesting pick up from your accomodation.

Tour 1: Start your day being greeted at Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre by your Indigenous Guide, then set off on an awesome hike through Burleigh Heads National Park via lush subtropical bushland and epic views. Your Guide will provide you with insight on the rich history and cultural significance of this sacred land, as well as introduce you to some 'Bush Tucker' and stories from 'The Dreamtime'.

Tour 2: After some morning tea, time to burn off some calories and embark on a mini adventure, kayaking through Tallebudgera Creek. Despite it's central location, 'Tally Creek' still remains relatively untouched and favours us by providing pristine turquoise waters surrounded by lush bushland and mangroves. The paddle is easy going on calm and shallow waters and we'll break for a swim on a small island along the way.

Tour 3: We'll arrive by kayak to the small but unique David Fleay Wildlife Park where you'll have the chance to meet some Aussie wildlife such as crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos, emus, dingoes and their resident platypus 'Wally'. Stroll through their natural habitat whilst exploring and if timing allows, join the Rangers on one of their daily wildlife shows.

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