Rising dramatically from the surrounding landscape of eucalyptus and pineapple plantations, the mystique of the Glass House Mountains makes them one of Australia’s most fascinating landmarks. Discover the ancient legend of these 16 volcanic crags on a day-trip to the area, or stay a little longer beneath the shadows of the 20 million year-old monoliths.
- Let the awe-inspiring landscape wash over you as you take a leisurely drive through the Glass House Mountains National Park, stopping at picturesque lookouts along the way.
- Get your blood pumping with hiking, rock climbing or abseiling amidst this mesmerising backdrop.
- Visit the interpretive centre in the Glass House Mountains township and uncover the area’s rich history.
- Stock up on the local area’s fine produce and enjoy a picnic at the base of Mount Beerwah or Mount Tibrogargan.
- Drive to the nearby Glass House Mountains lookout in Beerburrum State Forest for views of the multiple peaks.
- Make the most of the local hospitality at nearby campgrounds, friendly farmstays, B&Bs, and cutting edge eco-lodges.
Make your way to the Glass House Mountains by a series of sealed and unsealed roads that head inland from Steve Irwin Way, only a short drive from Brisbane
and the Sunshine Coast