Region Profile

Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Heads can be found in the heart of Queensland’s Gold Coast between Miami and Palm Beach. As its name suggests, the area boasts a stunning headland, as well as sandy beaches, lush national park land, and a great offering of accommodation and activities for the many tourists that visit throughout the year.

 

Burleigh Heads is a popular destination for holidaymakers seeking a quiet coastal getaway with the benefits of the city and local theme park attractions at their fingertips. While nearby Surfers Paradise, Sea World, Dreamworld, Move World and Wet ‘N Wild have much to offer, Burleigh Heads has plenty of activities and attractions to keep a traveller occupied.

 

Guests particularly enjoy the area’s natural attractions, with surfers and swimmers gathering at the patrolled Burleigh Heads Beach, while young families take a dip in the calm Burleigh Heads Inlet. Visitors also enjoy bush walks and sight-seeing at the Burleigh Heads National Park, or getting up close with wildlife at the David Fleay Wildlife Park in West Burleigh. Other local attractions include regular local craft and farmers’ markets, as well as a great café, food and beverage offering.

 

Burleigh Heads has a rich Aboriginal history, having originally been called ‘Jellurgal’ by the traditional owners of the land. It is now home to the Gold Coast’s first dedicated Aboriginal Cultural Centre which is owned and operated by the local Aboriginal community, providing an important opportunity for both domestic and international visitors to meet the traditional owners and grow their understanding of Aboriginal culture.

 

The greater Gold Coast region welcomes over 13 million tourists per year, including 1.1 million international travellers and 3.7 million overnight domestic guests, with many choosing to stay in one of Burleigh Heads’ esteemed hotels, resorts or holiday parks.

 

Burleigh Heads is home to a total of 71 accommodation options and food services, employing 10.4 percent of the area’s relatively small local population of 8,600 people. Access for both domestic and international guests via the nearby Gold Coast Airport makes it easy for visitors to reach Burleigh Heads from afar, while major roads such as the Pacific Motorway provide easy access by car.

Current listings for Burleigh Heads

Holiday complex BURLEIGH, OFFERS CONSIDERED
RAAS Property Group
Holiday complex BURLEIGH, OFFERS CONSIDERED

BURLEIGH HEADS

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Suburbs in the Burleigh Heads region

  • Burleigh PC: 4822
  • Burleigh Heads PC: 4220
  • Burleigh Town PC: 4220
  • Burleigh Waters PC: 4220
Sophisticated and Strategic Premiere Permanent Management Rights on Macintosh Island, Gold Coast - 1P5591MR
Business For Sale - Prestigious Permanent Management Rights - ID 9064 BL
High Income Boutique Letting Business - Holiday Accommodation Overlooking Sunshine Beach - 1P5593
Business For Sale - Iconic Caloundra Landmark - ID 9058 BL
TOP END TROPICAL RESORT LEASEHOLD - ID 2639ML
FREEHOLD PARK IN THE MIDDLE OF TOWN - ID 985CPF
Resort-style accommodation in Gympie QLD, boasting a high net of over $233k | Resort Brokers ID : MR007354
Rare 30 Room Motel Coffs Harbour/Mid North Coast - High Performing Leasehold - Now Available - 1P4804M
Marlborough's Golden Opportunity
Exciting Leasehold opportunity in the burgeoning region of Georgetown, QLD | Resort Brokers ID : LH007344
Outstanding Freehold opportunity in a fantastic location at Mossman, QLD | Resort Brokers ID : FH007349
Near New 12 Unit Motel Great Location
Bay of Islands Proven Performer
GREAT LITTLE PUB FOR ACTIVE COUPLE RETURNING ROI 48% - 88HL
Beautifully Presented and Instantly Appealing
FHGC Opportunity - Two Titles
Location and Scale in Napier
Alexandra - Borders Open and Summer is Coming!