About Bujerum

The name Bujerum was derived from the language spoken by the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which the apartments stand, the Kombumerri Aboriginal people. The word translates to spirit in English – recognising and respecting the culture, traditions and aspirations of the Traditional Owners. The name is also fitting for the building itself. Originally built in the 1930s, it has shown spirited resilience to natural and manmade forces and stands as a grand example of historic Burleigh Beach architecture. Renovated in 2013 by its owners, the building still maintains the original Queenslander character of the area.

Learn more about the rich culture and heritage of the area during your stay and we are certain you will discover the Burleigh Heads spirit (bujerum) for yourself!


From 1am AEST Saturday 19 June 2021 you must complete a declaration to enter Queensland from anywhere in Australia or New Zealand.

To reduce the risk of COVID-19 in Queensland and manage outbreaks, the Queensland Government has put in place declaration requirements for all travel into Queensland from interstate and New Zealand (on quarantine free flights).

Queensland has two types of declarations, a Queensland Travel Declaration and a Queensland Border Declaration Pass.

You must complete the right declaration for your situation before you travel to enter Queensland. If conditions change or you need to update your travel details, you’ll need to complete a new declaration with updated details. Queensland residents must also complete a declaration if they are returning home from interstate or New Zealand