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We decided to walk up Mount Ngungun in the early evening as it is cooler, what a difference it made, having done this a few years earlier when it was much hotter. The views are incredible, and providing you walk at a sensible pace it...More
Hidden treasure of queensland. Never miss this jewel as you drive along the motorway. A good escapade even if you have one hour to spare. The serenity of the surrounding is a bliss especially for those working in the city.
The hike to the summit is pretty steep and hard, but relatively short and very rewarding. You definitely can't have a fear of heights and ensure to wear good shoes and have water with you. I would only recommend this hike for fitter or more...More
Achieving the summit of Mt Beerwah you are rewarded with panoramic views of the Sunshine coast and Glass House mountains. The highest of the Glass House mountains at 556m, so you are looking down on Tibrogargan and Coonowrin....so magnificent!
The climb and the return descent...More
The Glasshouse Mountains provide an interesting break in fairly dull scenery on the Bruce Highway and worth getting of the highway and visiting various places to view the mountains. Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve is a good spot looking south to the mountains.
Since our visit last year to the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, the Mountain View Café and the Rainforest Discovery Centre has had a rebuild and is very flash and nice. We visited on a rainy day, spent time in the café with hot beverages and...More
It was worth the drive, a must visit destination. Great covered or open lookout areas lots of covered and uncovered seating around lovely gum trees, great BBQ’s, rest rooms, a bush walk along a pathway, for nature lovers, lots of bird life, lots of information...More
unfortunately our visit was brief due to torrential rain, but i can imagine the vista in beautiful sunshine! we saw this range of volcanic peaks from Redcliffe and were intrigued to get a closer look. Follow the brown signs for Glass Mountain Lookout off the...More