Tallebudgera Suburb Profile
Are you looking to buy property in Tallebudgera but find yourself lost on whether or not the area is right for you, your family, and your financial portfolio? Then you’re in luck.
With this comprehensive overview of the Tallebudgera suburb profile and the Tallebudgera property market, you’ll get a feel for the local lifestyle and the neighbourhood. We’ll also discuss the demographics, homeowners statistics, and weather and schooling this gem offers.
With the help of Savvy Fox and this Tallebudgera property market report, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about your journey as a homeowner.
Lifestyle In Tallebudgera
From its source in the magnificent Springbrook National Park, Tallebudgera Creek winds its way down to the mouth at the Pacific Ocean on the south side of the Burleigh Headland.
Tallebudgera or ‘Tally’ (creek, valley, surf) as the locals call it – offers a superb lifestyle – rural and rustic in the valley to an urban landscape closer to the coast. Whatever your choice, Tallebudgera is one of the most sought after areas on the Gold Coast. Framed by the famous Burleigh headland on its immediate north side, to Palm Beach and Currumbin on its south side, Tallebudgera is all about lifestyle and its unique environs.
The Gold Coast offers a lifestyle like no other region, but there are some hidden gems that encompass everything in one small slice of the Gold Coast that make Tallebudgera very special indeed. At the coastal end, it’s all about safe swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, and any other water sport you can think of, while the rural Tally Valley, all the way up to the Springbrook National Park, offers some of the most idyllic and breathtaking landscapes to feast your senses on as you picnic or throw a line in the pristine creek waters.
If you prefer to stay on land, take a stroll over the bridge that crosses over the creek at the coast and explore the Burleigh Heads National Park. Here you can immerse yourself in lush rainforests and discover the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Keep an eye out for resident koalas along the way.
Tallebudgera Creek Beach is undoubtedly one of the safest swimming beaches for young children – the waters here are calm, turquoise, and tropical which allows parents to safely swim with their young children without having to brace for the next wave to hit them. For the surfers though, the more exposed beach break has fairly consistent surf, especially in the winter months.
And for golfers, the picturesque Tallebudgera 18-hole golf course is a must visit.
When it comes to dining, Tallebudgera has plenty of options. Check out the Club Talle (Surf Club) with its oceanfront restaurant or the Custard Canteen at the Creek Beach front. If you’re up for exploring, Burleigh Heads and Palm Beach are just a couple of kilometers away and offer a wealth of world-class eateries to discover.
Tallebudgera Geolocation Factors
This quick overview of the geolocation factors of Tallebudgera will help you determine whether it’s the right place for you.
Nearest Cities & Other Major Regions
Located on the southern Gold Coast, Tallebudgera comprises a 27-hectare conservation park which protects the mangroves, saltmarsh and eucalypt forests. It is also home to several endangered plant and animal species. The word Tallebudgera comes from the indigenous Yugambeh language and means “good fish”.
Tallebudgera is 16km (south) from the heart of Surfers Paradise and 82km from Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city, a bit over an hour’s drive. The heavy rail runs from Varsity to Brisbane and the local coast is well served by excellent bus networks and a light rail to the north from Broadbeach.
The Gold Coast Highway travels over the Tallebudgera Creek and is only 10km from the Gold Coast International Airport. The M1 also runs across the Tally border and is another option for quick travel to the airport.
Tallebudgera is known for its crystal-clear waters and golden sands but also contains some of the most beautiful rural landscapes along its narrow corridor and valley up to the Springbrook National Park.
Tally is a small close-knit community and enjoys relative peace from the hustle and bustle of larger shopping precincts, however, the larger shopping centres are mostly within a 10–15-minute drive of the Gold Coast Highway or M1.
Tallebudgera is near two major airports. The first, and closest, is Gold Coast Airport. The airport sits right next to Tugun and is an easy 15-minute drive via either Gold Coast Highway or the M1. The efficient bus network is also a travel option to the airport.
The second airport is Brisbane International airport. It’s Just over an hour’s drive away from Tallebudgera and services the entire Gold Coast region with luxury and economy international flights and 31 airlines.The train from Varsity Lakes goes directly to the Brisbane Airport.
Tallebudgera 4228 – *Real Estate Statistics
The following statistics are from the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Census and Property Values.
Tallebudgera is a strong performer in terms of property value appreciation and property values are above the territorial average
- The median sale price for a house in Tallebudgera is $1.5m and Tallebudgera Valley $2.2m
- The median price change (1 year) in Tallebudgera is 14.23% and 40.8% for Tallebudgera Valley
- The median weekly rent for a house is Tallebudgera is $858–$900pw
- The median gross yield in Tallebudgera is 3% and 2.1% for Tallebudgera Valley.
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*Data Disclaimer: At Savvy Fox we update the data found on these posts regularly, however we understand the real estate industry is dynamic. Therefore, it’s subject to change. Use these figures as a general guide only. We will happily discuss the latest changes to the local property market on your FREE 30-minute strategy call.
Demographics Of The Tallebudgera Area
The suburb of Tallebudgera is approximately 19.3km2, with 31 parks occupying around 7.2% of the total area. The Tallebudgera Valley is approximately 60 km2 with 34 parks covering 15.6% of the Tally Valley.
Total population as at the 2021 census was 3826, an increase of around 5% from the 2016 census.
The predominant age group is 40–49 years, primarily couples with children. Generally, residents have a professional occupation.
Properties in Tallebudgera are tightly held. As at the 2021 census almost 90% of homes are owned outright or with a mortgage with only 7.8% of homes rented. The average mortgage repayment is $2,500pm.
Weather In Tallebudgera
Tallebudgera, Queensland experiences a subtropical climate, with generally warm and sunny conditions year-round. The average temperature during summer (December to February) ranges from 20°C to 28°C, while during winter (June to August), the average temperature ranges from 10°C to 21°C.
The water temperature at Tallebudgera Creek and Tallebudgera Beach is typically warmest during the summer months, reaching around 25°C, and coolest during winter, with temperatures around 19°C.
Tallebudgera receives an average of 245 days of sunshine per year, making it a great destination for outdoor activities.
Rainfall is generally highest during summer, with an average of around 140mm per month, and lowest during winter, with an average of around 70mm per month. However, it is important to note that rainfall can be unpredictable in this area, with occasional heavy rain and thunderstorms occurring at any time of year.
Schools In Tallebudgera
Tallebudgera State School is a government primary (prep-6) school for boys and girls. Maximum enrolment for TSS is 805 students. Tallebudgera State School has a strong focus on sustainability and is a certified eco-school – proudly boasting a koala habitat on its grounds.
St Andrews Lutheran College is a private Christian school (ELC–Y12). In addition, St Andrews offers an Outside School Hours Care program as well as a robust extracurricular program for students in junior, middle and senior schools.
No. of students enrolled is 1175 with a maximum of 1200 students.
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Buyer's Advocate In Tallebudgera
Tallebudgera Valley extends from the hinterland to the mouth of the Tallebudgera Creek at the Pacific Ocean. It is a tight-knit community with a relaxed lifestyle but city amenities are only a stone’s throw away. With this comprehensive property market overview, you can make smart decisions about your home investments.
If you’re ready to settle down in Tallebudgera, contact Savvy Fox today. With over two decades of buyers and property experience, we’ve got the know-how to find you the best home and the best deal.