The Glass House Mountains
While not really off the beaten path, as you will see them on-route from Brisbane to Noosa along the Bruce Highway, not everyone stops to take in the beauty of them.
The Glasshouse Mountains are a series of steep-sided plugs formed from hardened lava dominating the Sunshine Coast hinterland. According to Aboriginal legend, the mountains form a family with Tibrogargan being the father at 364 metres and Beerwah being the mother at 555 metres.
Anytime of the year is a perfect for bushwalking or picnicing in the Glasshouse Mountain National Park.
Located inland from Caboolture and 61 km from north of Brisbane.