Korora Lookout

Korora Lookout: Address, Phone Number, Korora Lookout Reviews: 4.5/5

Korora Lookout
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Matthew
Newcastle, Australia3 contributions
Nov. 2021 • Friends
Most wonderful lookout in Coffs. Beautiful skywalk with a great view over the entire city, looking out along the coastline and the mountains. This is a must see when visiting Coffs Harbour
Written 15 November 2021
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simba6
Greater Sydney, Australia574 contributions
May 2021
Interesting walk to this lookout. Carvings of native animals along the track. Large looking area giving views of the coast. Seats by a sound system that told stories of the area.
Written 12 June 2021
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Rustyone w
Sydney, Australia368 contributions
Apr. 2021 • Couples
Beautiful view, the lookout captures the whole coastline.magnificent in its natural beauty a must do in Coffs.
Excellent bushwalking from here also but be well prepared as it can be a challenge, preparing is important good hiking boots, water and food. Also plenty of leeches around only on the long walks not the round walks.
Written 29 May 2021
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Glenda Margaret T
Tallangatta12 contributions
Apr. 2021
The 6 or 8 k drive to the top of Sealy Lookout drive is certainly worth the effort. The views are spectator and far reaching. Just another must do and see in the Coffs Harbour area.
Written 27 April 2021
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TravellerPorirua
Greater Wellington, New Zealand322 contributions
Jan. 2021
Great place to visit to take family photos. But the place can be too crowded to handle at times. Free to enter.
Written 20 March 2021
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Stephen G
Sydney, Australia19 contributions
Mar. 2021
Wow, haven't they done a good job upgrading this!
This was always a "must visit" whenever friends came to visit my when I lived in Coffs. Revisiting the area we had to head up here and take a look.
Since being away they have built the sky walk, taking you out beyond the tree line to get a better view.
Better upgrades to the facilities and shelters and there is now "someone" running a tree top rope walk.
Putting the rope walk to the side, you won't spend a great amount of time up here but it's a great spot from which to view the area.
Not ideal of course for smaller kids because i) the barrier/railing is waist height so smaller kids would have difficulty getting a view ii) you won't want to lift them up to see the view (at least not while you are out on the sky walk!)
Written 16 March 2021
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Ram
London, UK96 contributions
Dec. 2020
This lookout is up on the hill. Feels like very remote, but close by. Views are great, facilities are well maintained. On a foggy day, the views will be limited but special.
Written 5 January 2021
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Whitehavengirl43
Sydney, Australia1,127 contributions
Mar. 2020
What was interesting here was the Aboriginal history of the local nation of indigenous people. A talking post told a little more about their history and beliefs at the poorly developed lookout.
Written 26 March 2020
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Fae E
Melbourne, Australia180 contributions
Nov. 2019
A pleasant drive of the Pacific Highway to a superb lookout over Coffs Harbour and surrounds. Well signed to show the geographic highlights.
Written 1 December 2019
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Anita T
Forster, Australia11,512 contributions
Nov. 2019
We had never been to Korora Lookout and as we were staying not far from there we decided to drive up. The lookout walk starts just as you enter the park and is before the Tree Tops Zip Lining. The walk is along a gravel road which takes about 30 minutes return and has a few steep sections. The view at the end is no where as good as the one you get further up the road at Sealy Lookout. There is a couple of Aboriginal Stories you can listen to while sitting and looking at the view which was quite nice.
What is wonderful is the Aboriginal Wooden Sculptures and artwork, just fabulous and worth a look. I just loved the goanna carved out of one big log. You can see the grain of the timber in the goanna.
Written 23 November 2019
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