Burleigh Heads National Park (now the only Gold Coast rocky headland that remains substantially in its natural state) is located opposite Park Towers Holiday Units Burleigh Heads, facing one of Australia’s most famous surfing point breaks – you might even be lucky to catch an international surfing tournament in the area!

Burleigh Heads National Park (now the only Gold Coast rocky headland that remains substantially in its natural state) is located opposite Park Towers Holiday Units Burleigh Heads, facing one of Australia’s most famous surfing point breaks – you might even be lucky to catch an international surfing tournament in the area!

If you’re feeling active or adventurous, take a walk, jog or bike ride on the tracks through the park – you’ll find multiple tranquil trails you can follow, including the ocean view walk which is 1.2 km one-way (allow 30 minutes) or the rainforest circuit which is 2.3 km return (allow 45 minutes).

Stop by the Tumgun lookout where you might be able to spot some migrating whales and admire the coastal vista to Surfers Paradise across Burleigh Beach.