© B.Waldock 2004
Things to know before you go The   Mount Tibrogargan   circuit   walk   is   a   great   walk   for   families.   It   leads   around   the   base   of   the   peak   and   provides   good   views   of   the mountain. Photo: Ross Naumann, Queensland Government volunteer The   Mount Tibrogargan   circuit   walk   is   a   great   walk   for   families.   It   leads   around   the   base   of   the   peak   and   provides   good   views   of   the mountain. Photo: Ross Naumann, Queensland Government volunteer Essentials to bring     Adequate drinking water     First-aid kit and insect repellent     Mobile phone     For bushwalking: suitable shoes, sunscreen, a hat and long-sleeved shirt. Opening hours For your safety, it is recommended you visit Glass House Mountains National Park in daylight hours only. Pets Domestic animals are not permitted in Glass House Mountains National Park. Climate and weather The   Glass   House   Mountains   area   has   a   mild,   subtropical   climate.   The   average   daily   temperature   range   is   18°C   to   28°C   in   summer and   11°C   to   20°C   in   winter.   During   summer   you   may   encounter   temperatures   in   excess   of   35°C.   Plan   your   visit   to   avoid   the   midday heat—walk and climb early in the day. Always check the current weather forecast External link iconbefore you visit.
Staying safe Choose activities that suit the skills, experience and fitness of your group Avoid exploring the park during wet weather. Tracks and rock surfaces can be slippery, especially after rain. Stay away from cliff edges. Be aware of those walking and climbing below—be careful not to dislodge rocks. Never walk alone—if something happens to you someone in your group can go for help. Walk to your ability and fitness levels. Supervise children at all times. Carry sufficient drinking water, mobile phone and insect repellent. Carry a first aid-kit and know how to use it. Wear suitable shoes. Plan to complete your activity before dark. Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sunscreen, a hat and long-sleeved shirt, even on cloudy days. Start longer walks at cooler times of the day to avoid heat exhaustion on hot days. Tell friends or family where you are going and when you expect to return. If you change your plans inform them. Observe and comply with all regulatory signs.
Advice from the Department of National Parks
 6km return
          1.4km return
 2.8km return
 3.3km return
 6km return
Downloadable Useful Maps and Guides in PDF format
© B. Waldock
Things to know before you go The   Mount   Tibrogargan   circuit   walk   is   a   great   walk   for   families.   It leads   around   the   base   of   the   peak   and   provides   good   views   of   the mountain.     Photo:     Ross     Naumann,     Queensland     Government volunteer The   Mount   Tibrogargan   circuit   walk   is   a   great   walk   for   families.   It leads   around   the   base   of   the   peak   and   provides   good   views   of   the mountain.     Photo:     Ross     Naumann,     Queensland     Government volunteer Essentials to bring     Adequate drinking water First-aid kit and insect repellent Mobile phone For bushwalking: suitable shoes, sunscreen, a hat and long- sleeved shirt. For    your    safety,    it    is    recommended    you    visit    Glass    House Mountains National Park in daylight hours only. Pets Domestic   animals   are   not   permitted   in   Glass   House   Mountains National Park. Climate and weather The   Glass   House   Mountains   area   has   a   mild,   subtropical   climate. The   average   daily   temperature   range   is   18°C   to   28°C   in   summer and   11°C   to   20°C   in   winter.   During   summer   you   may   encounter temperatures   in   excess   of   35°C.   Plan   your   visit   to   avoid   the   midday heat—walk   and   climb   early   in   the   day.   Always   check   the   current weather forecast External link iconbefore you visit.
Staying safe Choose   activities   that   suit   the   skills,   experience   and   fitness   of your group Avoid   exploring   the   park   during   wet   weather.   Tracks   and   rock surfaces can be slippery, especially after rain. Stay away from cliff edges. Be   aware   of   those   walking   and   climbing   below—be   careful not to dislodge rocks. Never   walk   alone—if   something   happens   to   you   someone   in your group can go for help. Walk to your ability and fitness levels. Supervise children at all times. Carry    sufficient    drinking    water,    mobile    phone    and    insect repellent. Carry a first aid-kit and know how to use it. Wear suitable shoes. Plan to complete your activity before dark. Protect   yourself   from   the   sun.   Wear   sunscreen,   a   hat   and long-sleeved shirt, even on cloudy days. Start   longer   walks   at   cooler   times   of   the   day   to   avoid   heat exhaustion on hot days. Tell   friends   or   family   where   you   are   going   and   when   you expect to return. If you change your plans inform them. Observe and comply with all regulatory signs.
Advice from the Department of National Parks
1.4km return
 2.8km return
 3.3km return
 6km return
Downloadable Useful Maps and Guides in PDF format