Sealy LookoutCurrently Open
- Address: Scenic Drive, off Bruxner Park Road, Korora, NSW 2450, Coffs Harbour, Australia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: 61-266528900
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: View Point, Scenic Drive, Family And Kids, Observation Deck
Sealy Lookout - Review
The best lookout point of Coffs Harbour, set within the Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, the Sealy Lookout and the Forest Sky Pier offers 180 degrees worth of picturesque views. It’s just a 10 minute drive from the banana plantation. Extending 21 meters into the horizon and standing 15 meters from the ground, words are clearly not enough to describe the vistas.
Restaurants Near Sealy Lookout
- Charlie's Restaurant (Australian cuisine)
- Horizons restaurant and bar (Australian cuisine)
- Finz on the Beach (Australian cuisine)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sealy Lookout
95% of people who visit Coffs Harbour include Sealy Lookout in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
44.29% of people start their Sealy Lookout visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sealy Lookout
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sealy Lookout
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Sealy Lookout, Coffs Harbour Reviews
Brilliant way to see the views of Coffs Harbour. The cafe there is excellent and make a Melbourne level coffee. Whilst there is no wood fired pizza, the egg and bacon roll is done perfectly. They use a lot of native bush flavours which sets them apart from the everyday.
Amazing place to take some beautiful pics 220 degree views of Coffs Harbour. I strongly suggest the council build a restaurant up here. It will be a absolutely beautiful place to dine.
The lookout point is a 15-18 mins drive up from the highway. It gives you a very good view and can enjoy sunrise or sunset I guess (although there is a gate which is closed for the night). The parking is well designed and there are plenty of spaces (and free). The asphalt surfaces looked very new. Also some useful info about hiking trails and the animals in the region is displayed. The viewing platform is also great to have. This is a nice half an hour activity for free, so do it if you are in the area.
Great little area to look at the views down onto Coffs Harbour and tree tops close by. Sufficient parking for all vehicles including cars, motor homes, caravans of varying lengths and the park has a big enough area for turning around. Good picnic facilities are provided and a bush walk heading down the hill is well worth the effort to venture out for some exercise. It could get quite busy here during the holiday season and there are roadside stalls selling bananas and avocados on the road up so bringing some coins is a must as the prices are reasonable. Rather than heading back down the way you came try driving down other roads where you can also pick up tomatoes and pecans from farms along the way and the drive is lovely.
Great lookout. Very quick to go and see, and wheelchair accessible. Just 20min off the highway.
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