Korora Lookout is located within Bruxner Park Flora Reserve in Orara East State Forest. Visitors can enjoy spectacular views up the coastline from the viewing deck, or simply listen to the sounds of nature from shaded "church pew" style seating. To get to Korora Lookout follow the Gumgali Track. The short one-way walking track that follows the ridge line from Korora Lookout carpark through to Korora Lookout itself. This unique interpretive walk tells the story of Gumgali, the Black Goanna, a part of the local Gumbaynggirr culture. Visitors will enjoy locally-designed and made sculpture, mural art and interpretive signage. The sound bar at Korora Lookout offers visitors options to listen to the story of Gumgali in both english and Gumbaynggirr, a language still strong today.
The Korora Lookout Carpark is located on Sealy Lookout Drive, just before the Sealy Lookout gates. Korora Lookout is open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, and entry is free.
600m, 25 minutes duration,