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Things To Do Glasshouse Mountains

Discover the unique attractions and natural beauty that make The Glasshouse Mountains region a must-visit Queensland destination.


The Glass House Mountains area is a rich and agriculturally diverse region and a wonderful place to learn where food comes from. Visiting the Glasshouse Plantation should be first on your Glass House Mountains tourist drive. Apart from enjoying the views, and the native flora and fauna on the farm, our coffee experience and Café, visiting our farm shop is a must for jams made from tropical fruit we have grown, local honey, vanilla, pineapple, macadamia nuts, tea and coffee.

The Glass House Mountains are magma extrusions that occurred approximately 25–27 million years ago. These natural wonders are home to many native flora and fauna habitats. The area is spiritually significant to the First Nations People of the Kabi Kabi.

There is an abundance of options for adventurers of all ages and abilities. The Glass House Mountains includes the peaks known as Mount Beerburrum, Mount Beerwah, Mount Coonowrin (Crookneck), Mount Ngungun, Mount Tibberoowuccum, Mount Tibrogargan, Mount Tunbubudla (The Twins)–all of which can be seen from Glasshouse Plantation, and Mount Coochin, Mount Elimbah (The Saddleback)Wild Horse Mountain (Round Mountain) and Mount Miketeebumulgrai.

Located close to Glasshouse Plantation is the historic Bankfoot Heritage House, established in 1868, with museum exhibits, guided tours, and scenic picnic spots amid heritage charm.
Experience the Yul-yan-man Track's breathtaking views and challenging terrain. Ideal for experienced hikers, it offers stunning scenery and diverse landscapes.
Just 1.7 km up the road from Glasshouse Plantation, enjoy an easy 800-metre walk with panoramic views, picnic areas, and BBQ facilities. Perfect for a quick, scenic outing.
Challenge yourself with the 700-metre Beerburrum summit walk, featuring steep inclines and rewarding 360-degree views from the fire tower.
mt Ngungun
Discover breathtaking views on the 2.8 km Mount Ngungun summit trail. Perfect for photography enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.