North Brother Lookout

Waypoint: -31.63447 , 152.78252 GPS: -31.65698 , 152.77710
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Day Rest AreaToiletsAccessibleMobile Phone CoverageShadeNo CaravansNo Long RigsPicnic TablesBinBBQNo PetsTakeaway FoodCoffee & TeaCold DrinksInformation BoardWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Day Use Area
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  • National Park
  • Kiosk
Captain Cook Bicentenary Road
North Brother NSW 2443
  • Spectacular viewing from 490M high
  • Picnic area, BBQs and tables
  • Kiosk on weekends
  • Walking tracks
  • Hang gliding site
  • Information boards
  • National Park, no bins – please take your rubbish with you.

Driving Directions

At waypoint on the South Western side of Ocean Road at North Brother, turn south onto Captain Cook Bicentenary Road and proceed 5KM to North Brother Lookout.

Last updated by Hanos on 14th February, 2013
Page created by Hanos
North Brother Lookout within Dooragan National Park overlooks Laurieton, North Haven, Camden Haven Inlet, Queens lake, Watson Taylors Lake and Googleys Lagoon.
The 5km access road has steep grades and tight turns; not suitable for caravans. The lookout has substantial parking and quality picnic areas.

From a vantage point of 490M, the lookout provides a spectacular view of the Camden Haven area. Several walking tracks radiate from the parking area.

The area was named by Captain Cook in May 1770 who sighted three distinctive hills and called them "The 3 Brothers".
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Nomadicman
07/02/2018
Fantastic view. No caravans so suggest uncouple and leave cvan at Lakeside shopping centre or in Laurieton
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