Rising from the low lying Sunshine Coast landscape, the domes, cones and spires of the Glass House Mountains fascinate geologists and artists alike. Formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago, the mountains are rich in diverse vegetation and home to a variety of birds and animals.
Significant to local Aboriginal people, the Glass House Mountains National Park attracts large numbers of visitors who come to rock climb, bushwalk, picnic, and enjoy the scenery.
The Glass House Mountains National Landscape was included in the National Heritage List on 3 August 2006.
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