976 viewings on 14 July, 2016..
When I was a child travelling to the Sunshine Coast to visit an aunt or travelling to Rockhampton to visit my grandparents the road took us past this mountain which we had named “Gorilla” mountain. It is one of the Glasshouse mountains and is in the Glasshouse Mountains National Park, Queensland, Australia.
Mt Tibrogargan is north of Brisbane between Beerburrum and Glass House Mountains townships, off Marshs and Barrs Roads.
The circuit of the mountain is 800 metres to the Mountains View Lookout (45 mins) and 3.3 km return (1.5 hrs)
Mount Tibrogargan (364 m)
This mountain provides opportunities for challenging and potentially dangerous rock face climbing. A high level of expertise and equipment is required. There is a risk that severe injury or even death could result from accidents whilst climbing Mount Tibrogargan. If you do not have the required fitness or experience and/or are not willing to assume the risk—do not attempt to climb the mountain. ( Information from Queensland National Parks)
Main summit route: 3 km return. Allow about 3-4 hours.
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Taken with my Lumix DMC-TZ3