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Mt Coot-tha Twilight views
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Mount Coot-tha offers spectacular views of Brisbane. At night, the lights of the central business district can be seen, surrounded by the homes and businesses around it. The lights of the tennis courts at The University of Queensland, St Lucia campus, stand out brightly. The size of Brisbane can be appreciated, as it streatches from the sea to the mountains.

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