Corindi Beach Reserve stretches from MacDougall St, Corindi Beach in the south along the Corindi Beach and Red Rock Beach to Pipeclay Lake and the surrounding wetland forest.
The reserve boasts multiple easy walking trails, picnic area by Pipeclay Lake and on Corindi Beach Headland. The historic racecourse dates back to early 1900s and has sporting fields and equestrian facilities within it’s boundary. The Corindi Beach Community Hall is available for hire for events.
Black cockatoos, Brahminy Kites and many other birdlife and kangaroos and much more can be found within the reserve and dolphins and whales are spotted seasonally from the headland.
The Solitary Islands Coastal Walk skirts the reserve following the beach but a short detour is possible through the connected trails from Pipeclay Lake to Corindi Beach Headland via the Racecourse.
Yarrawarra Cultural Centre manage the bush tucker and medicine trail.