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Even with a 4wd we chickened out after starting up two dirt trails our GPS led us too. Big ruts that bottomed out the car and a bit of sideways sliding. One way only so if we had met anyone also on the track there...More
In Tuncurry for 2 nights and after convincing my husband that we should take our new 4x4 off road again, set off in great anticipation.
Travelled along Coomba Road and advised to turn left. We hit dirt immediately, which was fine, however it deteriorated each...More
It is a very pretty drive through the forest and a beautiful view from the top. The gum trees are quite spectacular. When you get to the lookout it is a bit overgrown and no facilities other than a picnic table.
We could not acccess view from this road. We were use a phone app that suggested using Yarrick Road to the lookout.
We were in a sedan , not 4 wheeldrive, it was one way only, no point really suitable for turning, came to huge...More
Absolutely the best lookout I've seen in the Great Lakes area. Stunning views of Wallis Lake and coastline with wonderful wide green corridors. It took a local Chemist to direct me to Sugar Creek Rd at Bungwahl for me to finally find my way up...More
Recently went here with my husband and 2 year old in our Holden Rodeo. Drive was good, dirt road most of the way and relatively good. There are no facilities at the top (toilets) and it was a bit over grown and looking like it...More
I recently went to the lookout awesome views beautiful trees and animals to see. The gravel road was in good condition on my adventure. In my opinion all vehicles should be able to access the location unless it is raining or you drive a fancy...More
The lookout is spectacular, with great views all around. Bring a picnic and enjoy the views. You may need a 4WD vehicle to get there, though, as the road is frequently damaged after rainfall or strong winds pass through the area.
If you really want to see how much water there is in this area and how little land from a fantastic viewpoint you can't go past Whoota Whoota.
There's really nothing else here but the view, but it's worth the interesting drive through the forest...More
Two routes available. Easiest way is Turn right into Sugar Creek Rd off Lakes Way south of Smiths Lake and follow signs through easy forest drive, all variable dirt roads, to summit. About 20kms/40minutes one way from... More
Two routes available. Easiest way is Turn right into Sugar Creek Rd off Lakes Way south of Smiths Lake and follow signs through easy forest drive, all variable dirt roads, to summit. About 20kms/40minutes one way from Smiths. NPWS route is all signposted and relatively easy to find and follow. Google maps also shows the other slightly more challenging route via Coomba Road, although signposted, don't miss the left turn off the bitumen! Enjoy the magnificent views over the lakes and oceans. Worth the drive.