Brokers Point or Brokers Nose or Corrimal Peak or Brokers Peak, is a point on the Illawarra Range, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. With an elevation of approximately 440 meters 1,440 ft above sea level, Brokers Nose, as it is more commonly known as, is located about 3 kilometers 1.9 mi west of Corrimal and about 5 kilometers 3.1 mi south-west of Bulli. At its summit, there is a television transmission tower. There is a track leading to the top and both track and summit are open to the public; the summit is protected as part of the Illawarra Escarpment State Recreation Area. The name is vague in its origins and there are three possible explanations for it.
One tells that an early settler named Brooker was the origin, the second that poor miners would take their families up to the summit for picnics, and they were brokers poor people, and the third says that the cliff outcrop resembles the nose of a broker. Decent amateurs walk, or for individuals with lesser wellness. Beginning at the truck stop allude to delineate for beginning stage, taking note of there is extremely constrained stopping, you enter the Illawarra Escarpment State Conservation Area through an administration with different tracks driving essentially North after the precipice line, taking in wet and dry Sclerophyll woodlands with a lot of pretty vistas and evolving vegetation.