The clear turquoise water of Tallebudgera Creek is something you see in postcards and dream about. This idyllic spot is framed by the Burleigh Head National Park and Echo Beach on the north side and the popular creek-side swimming spot, marked by Lifeguard Tower 17*, Neptune Royal Life Saving Club and the hidden gem, Neptune Kiosk, on the south side.
Neptune Kiosk is another delightful offering from the team behind Bam Bam Bakehouse.
A day at the creek, swimming the calm waters or walking the shady creek shore, will surely work up your appetite. And when you are feeling hungry, you can follow the trail of peckish people from the tower or even the busy carpark to a precious local source of sustenance - the Neptune Kiosk - conveniently tucked under the Life Saving Club. The kiosk is sister to the nearby iconic Custard Canteen and boasts the same delectable treats the canteen is famous for.
Talle Creek's little hole-in-the-wall oasis serves top-notch coffee to the morning folk and busily serves the hungry bikini and boardshort crew acai bowls and a selection of baked goods to feed their appetites, including fresh-baked almond croissants, custard tarts, massive muffins and Nutella cruffins, right on Tallebudgera Creek beach.
If the fun in the sun has left you parched, the kiosk offers refreshing smoothies and juices as well as a delicious array of natural pure pops to wet your whistle. You can’t go wrong with any of the summer fruit refreshers - Tropicalia Mango Pineapple, Watermelon Berry Mint, Pine Lime Coconut or Passionfruit Quench – all vegan and gluten free made from cold-pressed juice!
Talle Creek is one of those postcard places, with a hugely popular picnic and parkland area, made even more delightful by the Creekside goodness of Neptune Kiosk!
By Michaela Lyons
1525 Gold Coast Highway