"Vincents Lookout - Part of Coorabakh NP." Harrington Off The Beaten Path Tip by Jerelis

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  Albert-Jan and Jeroen at a hangover cliff.
by Jerelis

Vincents Lookout is part of the Coorabakh National Park. The Coorabakh National Park is based on the Landsdowne State Forest 292 and runs along the western rim. Access road includes the Coopernook road and a loop drive can be made through Hannam Vale and back down to either Coopernook or Moorland. Geological features include Big and Little Nellie, volcanic plugs with great views and their own unusual vegetation.

On the southern side an eastern extension would take in Landsdowne trig and the locally popular Vincents Lookout.

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  • Written Jul 4, 2006
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