Tallebudgera Surf Club
You’ll find Tallebudgera Surf Life Saving Club (or Club Talle as it’s known) on beautiful Tallebudgera Beach, at the north end of the Palm Beach strip, marked by Lifeguard Tower 16 and book-ended by breath-taking turquoise Tallebudgera Creek.
Club Talle is very popular with locals and visitors who come to enjoy a first-class meal at the oceanfront restaurant, have a cold drink at the air-conditioned bar, and listen to live musicians on the deck.
Set just off its famous beach, Club Talle offers casual and laidback dining ambience with air-conditioned comfort and features a large beachfront deck, Lundy’s Landing, where visitors kick back and enjoy a meal or beverage in the open-air as they watch the waves roll in. The club offers a selection of imported and locally brewed beers and an extensive list of Australian wines. As well as the deck-side live entertainment, there are large screens to broadcast events, a TAB service and a dedicated carpark.
Named by the traditional custodians of this area, Tallebudgera means “a place for good fish”—and you’ll definitely find fresh locally sourced seafood on Club Talle’s seasonally crafted menu. Along with the extensive seafood menu which features dishes like Barramundi, Oysters, Calamari, King prawns and a Seafood platter, you’ll find chargrill offerings such as Porterhouse Black Angus with optional toppers like Coconut Prawns. The seasonal mains typically include dishes such as Nachos, Pasta, Laksa and Schnitzel and you can always get a delicious specialty burger and fresh salad.
The Club caters well for children with a kids entertainment corner, and a "Nippers" menu with all meals under $10 and in front of the deck out on the beach front there is a vast shaded playground. Talle also has a special menu for Seniors and caters for Vegan and gluten-free diets and boasts a Café lounge which serves quality espresso coffee and a large selection of cakes, desserts and snacks. Breakfast is also available on Sundays with options including French Toast, Eggs Benedict, Smashed Avo and Pancakes.
By Michaela Lyons