Kuta Cafe - Mt Cootha
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Kuta Cafe - Mt Cootha

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Situated adjacent to the Mt Coot-Tha lookout, Kuta Café has an informal atmosphere with sensational views of Brisbane. Offering a varied menu of ever popular food items complemented by a wide choice of chilled beverages, alcoholic drinks and sensational Grinders coffees and teas. Take a seat on the sun drenched terrace or choose to dine inside where floor to ceiling glass doors allow you to take in the views. There is also a quick serve ice cream area serving a range of popular scoop and packaged ice cream delights to add an extra element of indulgence.

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A: Summit Restaurant Entrance - Mt Cootha

por GeeCeeImages, 20 metros de distancia

Spectacular Views From Every Table The restaurant layout is designed with terraced seating inside for...

Summit Restaurant Entrance - Mt Cootha

B: Summit Restaurant Foyer - Mt Cootha

por GeeCeeImages, 20 metros de distancia

Spectacular Views From Every TableThe restaurant layout is designed with terraced seating inside for ...

Summit Restaurant Foyer - Mt Cootha

C: One Tree Hill rotundra

por Hoylen Sue, 30 metros de distancia

The rotundra is the highest point at the One Tree Hill lookout. This is not the highest point on Mt C...

One Tree Hill rotundra

D: Summit Restaurant Bar - Mt Cootha

por GeeCeeImages, 30 metros de distancia

Spectacular Views From Every Table The restaurant layout is designed with terraced seating inside for...

Summit Restaurant Bar - Mt Cootha

E: Mt Cootha lookout: views

por Hoylen Sue, 30 metros de distancia

The One Tree Hill lookout at Mt Cootha provides wonderful views of Brisbane. The tall buildings of th...

Mt Cootha lookout: views

F: Mt Cootha mosaic map

por Hoylen Sue, 30 metros de distancia

The Brisbane River meanders throught the city of Brisbane. The paving at the One Tree Hill lookout fo...

Mt Cootha mosaic map

G: Summit Restaurant Dining Room - Mt Cootha

por GeeCeeImages, 30 metros de distancia

The Best View of Brisbane The iconic Brisbane Lookout at scenic Mt. Coot-tha has been a favourite des...

Summit Restaurant Dining Room - Mt Cootha

H: Summit Restaurant night views

por Hoylen Sue, 40 metros de distancia

The Summit Restaurant on Mt Coot-tha has views across Brisbane and is especially beautiful at night. ...

Summit Restaurant night views

I: Mt Coot-tha Twilight views

por Hoylen Sue, 40 metros de distancia

Mount Coot-tha offers spectacular views of Brisbane. At night, the lights of the central business dis...

Mt Coot-tha Twilight views

J: Botanic Gardens Tropical Hothouse

por brian moore, 40 metros de distancia

Tropical display dome at Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Botanic Gardens Tropical Hothouse

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