Imbil Lookout

Imbil Lookout is located at the top of a steep climb from next to the town’s IGA store with views over the area, in particular towards the coast and the north. The lookout is only 800 metres from the main road through Imbil but you climb up quite high providing great views of the surrounding … Read more

Mount Kynoch Lookout

View from the Mount Kynoch Lookout

Mount Kynoch Lookout is on the approach to Toowoomba heading south along the New England Highway. It has views looking over the valley below and to the south-east towards Brisbane and Gold Coast. The area is named after a well-respected former councillor of the Highfields Shire Council, John Kynoch. He was a member for 30 … Read more

Scenic Lookout (Cunninghams Crest)

Lookout view from Cunninghams Crest Scenic Lookout

Cunningham’s Crest Scenic Lookout, following the brown signs from Laidley, offers a panoramic view over the Lockyer Valley and through to Cunningham’s Gap. It’s name comes from Allan Cunningham whose party stood in 1829 and named the Laidley Plains below. The historical site Cunningham’s Lookout was similarly named on his trek towards finding a passage … Read more

Lookout

Two boys on a bench seat looking at a view from a lookout, taken at the Maclean Lookout towards the Clarence River and Iluka

The scenic lookout in Maclean is on top of a ridge surrounding the eastern and south-eastern edges of the town, offering views across the Clarence Valley to Yamba and the ocean. The new bridge over the Clarence River, far taller than the one it is replacing, sits distinct along the winding river through the view. … Read more

Separation Point Lookout

Separation Point Lookout

Separation Point Lookout is a small lookout area on the southern coastal shoreline of Geraldton in Western Australia. Just to the south of the main part of Geraldton, the lookout provides a view over the ocean, with the Point Moore Lighthouse to the north-west and the sand dunes of Cape Burney towards the south. The … Read more

Red Bluff

Red cliff coastline with blue ocean and blue sky, taken at Red Bluff in Kalbarri National Park

Red Bluff is a prominent red sandstone point near Kalbarri and is part of the Kalbarri National Park. The red sandstone is unique on the coastline as most of the coast here is of limestone. The limestone has weathered away and exposed the iron-rich sandstone cliffs. Red Bluff was a landmark for early Dutch explorers, … Read more

Grandstand

Grandstand Shellhouse Kalbarri National Park

Grandstand and Shellhouse are a couple of a few destinations along the Kalbarri National Park coastal cliffs , beautiful red sandstone weathered by the ocean and wind. Grandstand is accessed directly with a brown sign directing you to it. From the parking area, Grandstand is close and can be seen more or less straight away. … Read more

Z Bend

Z Bend brown tourist sign

The Z Bend lookout and trail are at the Murchison River Gorge, a part of the Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia. Z Bend is being upgraded with the Kalbarri Skywalk so we were unable to visit it when we were there. It will consist of two platforms extending out 25 metres from the edge … Read more