Glass House Mountains National Park
View of some of the prominent Glass House Mountains peaks. Image taken from Wild Horse Mountain lookout in Beerburrum West State Forest. Photo: Queensland Government.
- Purchase a Ranger field guide
Discover more about the park’s plants by purchasing a copy of the ‘Ranger field guide: Native plants of Glass House Mountains National Park’. They can be purchased over the phone or by visiting a sales outlet.
Facilities and activities
About 70km, or a one hour drive, north of Brisbane.
Craggy volcanic peaks that tower above the surrounding landscape are so significant that they are listed on the Queensland and National Heritage Register as a landscape of national significance. Walking tracks lead through open forests to lookouts offering panoramic views. There are challenging summit routes (Mount Beerwah summit route is currently closed), and abseiling and rock climbing opportunities.
- View Google map
- Glass House Mountains and surrounds map
- Glass House Mountains walking tracks and summit routes maps and information
- Ranger field guide: Native plants of Glass House Mountains National Park
- Glass House Mountains outdoor recreation initiative
- Mount Beerwah summit route temporary closure
- Mount Coonowrin restricted access area
- Species lists
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