Botanical Gardens Tallebudgera Creek

2-10 Stockyard Court, Tallebudgera QLD 4228

Tallebudgera Creek is a neighborhood in the Queensland City of Gold Coast. Tallebudgera had 3,667 residents as of the 2016 census. The Burleigh Heads National Park and Palm Beach surround Tallebudgera’s famous sparkling watercourse on either side.


The western and eastern borders of Tallebudgera include a portion of the Tallebudgera Creek. It is located along the Queensland/New South Wales boundary in the Gold Coast hinterland. The elevation rises to 800 m above sea level in the suburb’s extreme southwest.

Outdoor Living Environment

According to recent research, Tallebudgera is the Gold Coast’s most family-friendly suburb. Gilston came in at number nine on Well Money’s list of the best suburbs for families in Queensland, and Tallebudgera completed the top 20. Tallebudgera Creek a picture-perfect, natural playground and a family-friendly paradise, may be found in Australia’s most popular swimming area.

Landscaping of Public Places and Outdoor Landscaping

While we had many previous botanical garden design service jobs, this one seemed special, and the entire team enjoyed working on it in January 2019.

Many of the different plant species that are available to the public are still fresh and alive, but some of them require special care, and the area needs to be properly designed. There was a swimming pool in the middle of the neighborhood, which required care because it was a significant source of aesthetic appeal. The project’s main goals included adding new plant species that would thrive in Tallebudgera’s climate and weather conditions and caring for the current plants to keep them from wilting.

The massive 40-year-old fig tree, which can grow up to 200 feet tall and occasionally as much as 13 feet every year, was in the middle of the area. The fig tree looms over the other habitat plants because of its extraordinary height. To prevent it from becoming dark and overgrown once more, it was carefully maintained.

Flowers enhance the aesthetic appeal of public space, which is why many plant species and colors are employed, such as Hibiscus, a genus of blooming plants in the Malvaceae family of mallows. Several hundred species that are indigenous to warm temperate, subtropical, and tropical climates around the world make up the genus, which is quite vast.

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