Bruxner Park Flora Reserve – rainforest walks

Take a short walk through the rainforest before you visit Sealy Lookout.

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Bruxner Park Flora Reserve – rainforest walks

Stop and park at The Gap, at the top of Bruxner Park Road. Signs point out the various rainforest walks available including the Rainforest Track, Bangalow Track and Vincents Track. We combined all the walks together and also had hunted out some of the tramway infrastructure that remains hidden in the forest from the early logging days when Bruxner Park Road was a British Australia Timber Company (BAT Co) tram route taking logs from the forest to the sawmill and jetty.

Further down Bruxner Park Road is Vincent’s Tree. Wondering who Vincent was, and how Bruxner Park became a Flora Reserve? Vincent was the local State Member who was instrumental in protecting Bruxner Park.

After a walk through the beautiful forest, drive up to Sealy Lookout where the cantilevered Forest Sky Pier offers stunning views over Coffs Harbour towards Muttonbird Island. The short Garraan-gurr walk begins from the picnic area. Facilities include a shady picnic area and toilets. Kids might enjoy the TreeTops Adventure Park

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