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Glass House Mountains photos by Brett McIntosh
The Glass House Mountains area of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Australia is just a short drive away from Brisbane but a completly different world
Cooks Glasshouse 50cm x 30cm Painting by Glenise Clelland
If you ever wondered what this sport is about, it is about riding your mountain bike downhill at ridiculous speeds
After riding the Dularcha Tunnel Track the other day I decided to go bike riding Ewen Maddock Dam
Most Glass House Mountains Bike Rides are formed dirt tracks, back roads and forestry tracks. Get set for some fun in the dirt.
Glass House Mountains Lookout Circuit is the closest and easiest place for a great view of most of the mountains. You can drive to within metres of the lookout / fire tower
I saw a story in the Glass House Country and Maleny News about someone giving the plants in a popular local park some eyes so I had to check it out for
In 1951 I lived in Stanmore behind the school and every day I could look out over the glasshouse mountains see what was known to the locals as gooseneck
There are quite a few good Glass House Mountains parks and playgrounds, come check them out.
I recently took my new Avanti bike from Beerwah Cycles bike riding Dularcha National Park. I rode from Landsborough to Mooloolah
The Glass House Mountains dominate the landscape and add a unique character to this quiet peaceful place.
This is your guide to all the Glass House Mountains Walks that will take you around and on top of the mountains.
The Glass House Mountains climbs are on a lot of rock climbers "to do" list. All of the main mountains have been climbed many times over the years.
We grow some fantastic local farm produce in the Glass House Mountains area and some of these farmers like to sell produce at a raodside farm stall.