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Burleigh Heads is the southernmost beach in Queensland, and it has built
a reputation as one of the finest surfing beaches in the state. The bottom
is all sand, and the southeasterly breezes provide a long and barrelling
right-hander. The volume of water that pushes into the bay from the southeast
can be mighty, so good surfing prowess is recommended on windy days.
A short climb up the cliff at the Burleigh Heads National Park offers a stunning view of the beach and coastline that extends to the north.
A backdrop of Norfolk Island Pines makes an ideal place to hide from the sun and enjoy lunch with the cool breeze sweeping along the beach.
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