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.
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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