Previously part of a dairy farm owned by Joe Schuster and his family, Schuster Park, Tallebudgera is now a popular park that is approximately 68 hectares in size. Access is via Heather Street, Tallebudgera and pedestrian access via Nineteenth Avenue, Elanora.

This park provides numerous recreational opportunities for both residents and visitors to the area. It is a great spot to take your family to enjoy the playground, barbecue facilities, walking trails, off-leash dog exercise area, horse riding and shoreline fishing.

Boat anglers are able to access the picnic and toilet facilities by landing on the sandy beach of Tallebudgera Creek. Kayaks can also be launched from the reserve’s sandy beach.

The “peninsula section” is managed as a conservation area. Cross the narrow land bridge and enter a wilder place. Although close to the busy suburbs, this natural area is a quiet refuge for the diverse flora and fauna species that it supports.

Keep your eyes open and look up into the tree canopy because koalas are regularly sighted in the reserve, specifically within the vegetation along Tallebudgera Creek located in the park’s southern sections.

Dog exercise area

This park has an area where dogs may be exercised off-leash but under effective control – refer to the map below for details. Dogs must be walked on leash in all other areas.



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