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|Tunim Creek, Tangulba Creek|
|Region||South East Queensland|
|- left||Priest Gully|
|- location||Mount Cotton|
|Basin||150 km2 (58 sq mi)|
The waterway serves as important wildlife corridor on the city's fringe. The creek also provides limited kayaking and fishing opportunities. The creek's water catchment area covers 150 km².
Tingalpa Creek has its headwaters in Venman Bushland National Park at Mount Cotton and the Brisbane Koala Park in Burbank. It then flows a short distance through Sheldon to the waters of the Leslie Harrison Dam.
The creek below the dam, now tidal, continues along its winding course through Capalaba West, Birkdale and Ransome. In this area the creek which is popular with recreational anglers, is bordered by the Capalaba Regional Park, John Fredericks Park, Sciacca Sportsfield to the east and Tingalpa Creek Reserve on its western side.
Local council have developed a Tingalpa Creek Waterway Management Plan to coordinate management practices.
- Brian Williams (31 October 2013). "Secrets of Brisbane's suburbs: B". The Courier Mail. News Corp. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
- Chanson, Hubert; Baddin Gibbes; Richard J. Brown (2013). "Turbulent Mixing and Sediment Processes in Peri-Urban Estuaries in South East Queensland (Australia)". In Wolanski, Eric. Estuaries of Australia in 2050 and beyond. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 173. ISBN 9400770197. Retrieved 22 August 2016.
- "Tingalpa Creek Waterway Management Plan". Redland Shire Council. Retrieved 28 July 2011.
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