Sunday nights on Burleigh Heads

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For all those looking for something to do on their lazy Sunday afternoon, look no further than Burleigh Heads. After a swim or surf in the waves, Sunday at Burleigh is the perfect way to cool down with the locals and say goodbye to another weekend.

Located right in the centre of Justin’s Park, it is a festivity you can’t miss. The atmosphere is contagious and on a good, cloudless night, is filled with people singing, dancing and jamming. It starts at 5pm every Sunday and is only ever cancelled
depending on the weather.

The “Bongo Beat” is put on by the community for the community with its defining attractions: the fire circle and the bongo circle. You can be as involved with the activities as you want – it’s up to you. If you want to dance then dance, if you own a bongo drum or
any other type of instrument, then bring it along for a jam.

Of course there are other activities if you don’t want to be amongst all the flurry. There’s often a couple of slack lines – like tightropes but more wobbly – set up between trees where you can test your balance. There’s also a hula-hooping area where you’ll come across and play with some unique, handmade hula-hoops, and if you like it enough, why not buy one off the lovely local lady as a souvenir?
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