Burra Korain has a couple of unknown slots, that have never been used for either ascent or descent. One optionally requires a rope, the other is a walk in the park - this describes the 2nd.
At the lunch spot pagoda of Dalpura Canyon, the view over the Grose Valley includes the nose of Burra Korain.
From that distance the details are vague, but it looks as though there are trees and vegetation on the Eastern side of the nose that continue from the talus to the plateau.
The GPS track shows the route from Ridgewell Road gate up to the nose (with some side trips), followed by a backtrack along the Eastern cliffline, down through an easy slot to the top of the talus slope and a descent to the river, followed by an exit up to Victoria Falls Lookout car park. It totalled 19km with around 1000m of ascent.
After reaching the nose, there are good views towards Jinki Ridge and Dalpura Canyon to the North.
Descending to the North will quickly lead to the tricky slot down to the Nose Route off the plateau.
On this exploratory trip following the cliff line South East for 200m leads to a deep slot running parallel with the cliff face. The slot is wide (6m+) at the North end and deep with vertical sides - no way to access it without rope. Following it further South sees it narrow and eventually it can be stepped across with care. Below it is 15m deep tapering to nothing.
Now doubling back to the North it is possible to gain access to the base of the slot, but only for a few metres before it steps down another 10m to the real base. Another abseiling trip to explore this slot will be required.
The remainder of the island of rock is a small area to explore - the obvious route the the North leads to an easy ramp down to a very obvious slot. Perfect sides, flat base, small caves on either side, a lyre birds nest just above head height, and a chockstone. It seems just too perfect to be a genuine route to the talus…
… but it does. The exit is marked by a distinctive dead tree.
The route down the talus is steep, very steep in place, and ends with 150m of lawyer vine entangled scrub.
And eventually following the track to the gentle upper reaches of the Grose, where the scratches received can be bathed.
The alternative is to stick to the base of the cliff and follow it for 400m around to the tricky slot back up the nose.