The Corop Shelter is a rustic stone building built by the Corop Community Action Group in 2004 to house historical and tourist information and provide a picnic shelter in the town.

The Corop Shelter was built with the assistance of a federally-funded Regional Solutions grant and stone-mason, Jason Webb. The local stone aims to promote the rocky ridge of Mt Camel range and the open-aired windows provide panaromic views of the range and surrounding countryside.

At the nearby Corop Store is an additional sign that provides a map and an outline of ‘Things to see and Do’ in Corop.

The surrounding garden bed and tree plantations on the north side of the highway are also part of the Corop Community Action Group’s town beautification initiative.