Glass House Mountains is a national park and World Heritage listed area in Queensland. It is a popular destination for tourists due to being onroute to the Sunshine Coast from Brisbane. It is a series of ancient volcanic cores that rise ubruptly from the surrounding plain. The highest peak is Mt Beerwah at 555 metres.
The Glass House Mountains looks similar in appearance to Monument Valley in the USA if you ignore the forest.
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