Apparently Captain Cook, on his trip up the coast way back when, thought these mountains looked like the glass furnaces from back home in Yorkshire. Aye.

Now, I’ve never seen one of these glass furnaces for myself – although I have been to Yorkshire – so I’m just going to have to take Captain Jim’s word for that. The mountains, rising straight up from the ground, are, however, magnificent – and the best place to see them (without climbing one) is from Glasshouse Mountains Lookout on the Glasshouse – Woodford Rd. Here’s a link to the map.

Aside from being a great place to view the mountains from, there’s also a bushwalking track, picnic areas, gas barbecues, and (long drop) toilet facilities.

Anyways, I’ll let the pics say the rest.

2 Comments on “Glasshouse Mountains – the Lookout

  1. Hmmm… not so sure about the long drop toilet facilities… I imagined there’d be a bit more there. Although I guess the mountains themselves are fairly visible from a lot of places around the hinterland. In reality I’m not sure I knew there was a lookout. #oops #Queenslander

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