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Mount Tibberoowuccum MR0993

The Glass House Mountains, a series of distinctive volcanic peaks, hold great cultural significance as they are situated on the traditional lands of the Jinibara and Gubbi Gubbi people. According to Aboriginal legend, these mountains represent a family, with the father being Mount Tibrogargan and the mother being Mount Beerwah. All of the other peaks are believed to be their sons and daughters, with the eldest being Mount Coonowrin. This legend adds a unique and fascinating aspect to the natural beauty of the Glass House Mountains.
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MOUNTAINS, RANGES & ESCARPMENTS
The Glass House Mountains, a series of distinctive volcanic peaks, hold great cultural significance as they are situated on the traditional lands of the Jinibara and Gubbi Gubbi people. According to Aboriginal legend, these mountains represent a family, with the father being Mount Tibrogargan and the mother being Mount Beerwah. All of the other peaks are believed to be their sons and daughters, with the eldest being Mount Coonowrin. This legend adds a unique and fascinating aspect to the natural beauty of the Glass House Mountains.