Skip to content
Showing you results for "Korora, New South Wales"

Best things to do in Korora

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Scenic Lookout
“This lookout pier is 15 m. high, extends out 21 m. & offers sweeping views of the Coffs Harbours beautiful mountains & coastline.”
19 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“At the top of this road is a lookout with spectacular views, bush walks, and bbq area.”
6 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Tree top adventure is fun for everyone from ages 3+ Amazing views and amazing adventure! Only 10 minutes drive from home”
7 locals recommend
Museum
3 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“The ever-popular Diggers Beach is perfectly located for tourists – right across the road from Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana. Wide and sheltered, Diggers makes for a lovely wind-free beach walk. It’s not only visitors who love this beach either; it’s a favourite among locals for surfing, fishing and swimming. There’s plenty to do if you’d rather stay dry; take a seat at the elevated pavilion to admire the view and look at the birds, or you can walk the short pathway to Macauleys Headland. When you’ve had enough of the surf, take a break from the beach in the neighbouring Diggers Beach picnic area. Featuring a children’s playground and plenty of space to run around, it’s ideal for a bbq ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“The drive amongst the bananas is good and the view from the Sky Walk at the look out at the top is spectacular. ”
5 locals recommend
Resort
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Good quality local foods are expertly put together by the Chef/Owner of Mont & Sea. Booking is necessary as it is a small restaurant that is situated near Nautilus Resort.”
5 locals recommend
Establishment
“Great to take the kids to on a rainy day. While you are in the area and if its a nice day, you can take the family to Diggers Beach or Charlesworth Bay - perfect in summer.”
3 locals recommend
Store
“Looking for something to do with the kids on the weekend or school holidays or if you are just wanting a little information about the sea life on the Mid North Coast than look no further than this place as it is a fun educational little gem. Staff are friendly and very knowledgeable and the entry price is very affordable. It's also very close to the villa.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Hidden away from the Pacific Highway is this establishment. A pleasant atmosphere welcome you upon arrival. Presentation is always great and tastes excellent. The desserts which follow are beyond belief in size with a good presentation and a sugar kick to last for some time. This is certainly a visit to remember and worthy of recommendation.”
1 local recommends
Route
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Korora Beach is a gorgeous protected beach, a straight 650 m long lower energy beach located in the small Korora Bay and backed by slopes covered with residential housing. The beach is accessible in the north from the Hills Beach car park and from a road that winds through the houses to a car park behind the centre of the beach. A reef lies 300 m off the centre of the beach. Rips are absent under normal waves, but will occur against both headland and rocks during higher waves.”
2 locals recommend
Lodging
1 local recommends
Route
“Night Markets at the Jetty for a relaxed evening sampling treats from the international cuisine food stalls and listen to live music while you share a glass of wine on the grass. Bring a picnic blanket or fold up chairs and enjoy the summer evening with the locals.”
2 locals recommend