Mount Coot-tha

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Mount Coot-tha Brisbane Tourist Attraction

From the Mount Coot-tha Lookout at Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, you can views the city, Moreton Bay, Stradbroke Island and southern ranges.

A Brisbane icon forming a backdrop for the city and is Brisbane City Council’s largest natural area

Mount Coot-tha Reserve (also known as Mt Coot-tha Forest) is a 15-minute drive west of the Brisbane CBD

Brisbane largest natural area. It contains more than 1600 hectares of open eucalypt forest, rainforest gullies and creek lines.

Mt Coot-tha Reserve adjoins the south-eastern section of D’Aguilar National Park. These two natural areas include up to 40,000 hectares of forest and feature spectacular views, seasonal creeks and waterfalls

Mt Coot-tha Reserve offers a variety of walking tracks (for pedestrian use only), mountain bike trails (suitable for off-road cycling only) and some horse riding trails.

A way to see the Mount Coot-tha is to book a tour through a tour operator, and enjoy the lookout.

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To find local tourism operator listing in the Brisbane. Use our tourism directory to book direct.

Other Queensland tourist destinations to visit are.

Far North Queensland. Gold Coast. North Queensland Coast. Outback Queensland. Southern Queensland Country. Sunshine and Fraser Coast.

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