Farmstay in Glass House Mountains
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The Glass House Mountains rise up just a few kilometres from the coastline, but holidays in the hinterland seem miles away from the beach.
Explore trails that lead to mountain summits and scenic lookouts, whether on foot, by bike or horseback. Drive through the countryside to discover the subtropical vegetation. Pick up fresh fruit produce from the farm, or at one of the numerous weekend markets. At Australia Zoo, get acquainted with iconic marsupials and species from around the world.
From eco lodges to farm houses, holiday rentals in the Glass House Mountains serve as convenient bases to explore and experience the region.
The Glass House Mountains boast endless trails of all lengths and difficulties. For prime mountain panoramas, go for a walk along the Glass House Mountains Lookout Circuit. This trail is quite steep in some areas, but is relatively short and leads to a scenic viewing platform.
A longer but relatively flat trail is the 6 km Trachyte Circuit, which provides some of the best views views of Mt Tibrogargan and Mt Tibberoowuccum, both of which also have tracks to their summits.
If youâd rather take in the mountainsâ beauty by car, opt for the Blackall Range Tourist Drive, a 55 km ride that passes by fields of pineapple, avocado and macadamia farms, where you can usually buy fresh produce from roadside stands. As for views, youâll be able to see all the way to the ocean in some places.
The Glass House Mountains also feature a number of tracks for mountain bikers and horse riders, many of which are set within the Glass House Mountains National Park and nearby Dularcha National Park.
Designated horse riding trails include a 6 km track that runs from Landsborough to Mooloolah. Another trail, the Rose Circuit, is a bit longer, covering 8 km. Mountain bikers can venture along the 3 km Tunnel Track in Dularcha National Park or undertake the trails around Maddock Dam.
The Glass House Mountains are also popular with abseilers. Sign up for abseiling lessons or climb down the challenging facades on your own. If you have some abseiling experience, you can join a variety of group tours and find out more about the region as you descend.
Australia Zoo is easily accessible from the Glass House Mountains. This is one of Australiaâs largest and most popular zoos, heavily involved in conservation efforts. Spend the day going from one animal encounter to the other. Feed koalas, cuddle koalas, or head to a tropical island to see exotic species.
Most towns in the Glass House Mountains have parks with playgrounds. Skippy Park is a favourite amongst locals and visitors, with a bike path, BBQ facilities and plenty of equipment for kids of all ages. Pioneer Park has some water features and a herb garden, on top of the typical playground equipment. On hot days, head to Maddock Parkâs manmade beach.
Market culture is very much alive in the towns of the Glass House Mountains and along the Sunshine Coast. Several times a month, the Hinterland Markets showcase organic foods, as well as hand-crafted goods. Adults can enjoy coffee as the kids get their face painted or jump about on the bouncy castle.
On the weekends, go market hopping closer to the coast, so as not to miss the arts and crafts stands in Eumundi or the farmers markets in Noosa. Buy from small, local businesses at the Wharf Community Markets in Mooloolaba or purchase pieces by the regionâs designers at the Peregian Beach Markets.
Travelers can drive to the Glass House Mountains in 50 minutes from Brisbane. If youâd rather take public transport, opt for a direct train, which will take you to the heart of the Glass House Mountains in just over an hour.