Brooks Lookout

Landmarks and Buildings

Brooks Lookout was opened in 2001 and gives visitors to the Clare Valley the opportunity to picnic at one of the big Australian panoramas.

Sited 400 metres above the patchwork of wheat field’s of the Blyth and Wakefield Plains, you can see 90 kilometres to the southwest to Yorke Peninsula.

The township of Blyth sits at the base of the Clare Hills and the Barunga and Hummocks Ranges, which form a photographic backdrop to the west.

The land on which the lookout is sited was donated by a private landowner, and includes two hectares of locally rare heath land vegetation with many plants labelled.

A picnic table and shelter, interpretive signage and a large car park complete a not to be missed Clare Valley attraction.

Facilities

Carpark Coach Parking Picnic Area

Activities

Birdwatching Walks

Rates

Free Entry

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