Situated in the south eastern region of Gold Coast and Hinterland in Queensland, Reedy Creek is approximately 80 kilometres away from the capital city of Brisbane. Stephens Swamp, Big Burleigh and Bally Mountain are some of these various landscapes and seascapes that surround the town of Reedy Creek. The vicinity of Reedy Creek also has neighbouring tourist spots, including Beach Bum Safaris, which offers multiday tours around the surf culture and lifestyle of the Southern Gold Coast, and David Fleay Wildlife Park, which was established by Australian naturalist David Fleay during the 1950s. To get to the residential district of Reedy Creek, the main transport services used are the Reedy Creek train station and the Gold Coast Airport. Vacationists who wish to stay in the area have hotel selections such as Chancellor Lakeside Apartments, Paradise Grove Holiday Apartments and The Village at Burleigh.