Gerrard Lookout, Montville, Queensland
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Panoramic photo by John Nayler EXPERT Taken 08:30, 29/11/2012 - Views loading...


Gerrard Lookout, Montville, Queensland

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High on the hill land donated by the Gerrards is a lookout to the Sunshine Coast. Views to Coolum, maroochydore, Caloundra and Bribie Island and visible today despite average conditions. Nearby Montville and Maleny are famous getaways for the country dweller, hippie and laid back professionals.

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