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Glass House Mountains were named by Captain Cook on the 17 May 1770, as he sailed up the east coast of Australia in his Endeavour, approximately 64 kilometres north of Brisbane. ‘These hills lie but a little way inland, and not far … Continue reading
Fang – Australian slang to drive one’s car or motorbike at great speed. A popular place to go for a “fang” is in the forestry between Beerburrum and the Glasshouse Mountains in Queensland, Australia.
It is said that Tibrogargan, the father, and Beerwah, the mother, had many children. Coonowrin the eldest, Beerburrum, the Tunbubudla twins, the Coochin twins, Ngungun, Tibberoowuccum, Miketebumulgrai, and Saddleback. There was Round who was fat and small and Wildhorse who … Continue reading