Mt Coot-tha Lookout is an excellent vantage point for viewing Brisbane city and surrounds, including Moreton Bay and the ... More
Mt Coot-tha Lookout
Mt Coot-tha Lookout is an excellent vantage point for viewing Brisbane city and surrounds, including Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains. The Kuta Cafe and the Summit Restaurant at the lookout are very popular with visitors and locals alike, who appreciate dining with an unrivaled view. The lookout is part of Mt Coot-tha Forest, which is a component of the massive Brisbane Forest Park which covers nearly 29,000 hectares. Only ten minutes from the city, this is a panorama worth the drive and parking is free.
Steep drive up was rewarded by a spectacular view of all neighborhoods along the Brisbane River. Landmark buildings are easily identified once you spend a little time in the city. Nice restaurant at the crest; lots of historical displays. Great experience!
This gives you a great panaramic view of the city and at night it is breath taking. But watch out for the speed traps going up the mountain as there are cops ready to book you with a hefty speeding fine. ( Yes I did get busted and it ruined my night until i got to the top and saw the beautiful scenery!)
With a view such as this it would be easy for the Summit Restaurant to overlook the food. Thankfully, it
proves to be just as impressive. Surrounded by idyllic parkland, with Brisbane and the coast stretching out from below, ...
Formerly known as the Brisbane Forest Park, the South D'Aguilar National Park covers over 28,500 hectares (70,425 acres) of Bushland
from Mount Coot tha Forest to Lake Wivenhoe . Popular activities include bush walking, cycling, horse riding, bird watching ...
Australian Day Tours combines historic tales of adventure and heroism and lush forest scenery of the Gold Coast hinterland. First
stop is Mount Tamborine , which has marvelous views past Gold Coast skyscrapers to the Pacific Ocean. Another highlight ...