New life for Coffs landmark



PERCHED high above the briny blue, Corambirra Point offers some of the most spectacular views of the Coffs Coast.

It was once the site of the city's sewerage outfall, but starting this week, it is being transformed into a visitor-friendly place of beauty.

Coffs Harbour City Council, in conjunction with the Coffs Harbour and District Local Aboriginal Land Council, is landscaping the area and turning it into a coastal walkway complete with native plants found at the headland.

Vehicle access will be banned thanks to bollards at the western end and seating will be installed for walkers. The path will be suitable for wheelchair access.

A series of interpretation panels will explain Aboriginal, marine and natural features at the site.

The work, due for completion next month, is costing the city council $95,000.



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