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Mt Cootha lookout: views
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The One Tree Hill lookout at Mt Cootha provides wonderful views of Brisbane. The tall buildings of the Brisbane Central Business District is about 7kms away. On a clear day the Moreton Bay islands and the Great Dividing Range mountains can be seen. The lookout is a popular place for locals and visitors.

The lookout at One Tree Hill has great views of Brisbane. Situated on top of Mt Cootha, the tall buildings of the Brisbane Central Business District is about 7 kms away. On a clear day the Moreton Bay islands to the east and the Great Dividing Range mountains to the west can be seen. Mt Cootha is named after the aboriginal word 'ku-ta' meaning honey; they collected wild honey from the area, which was produced by the native stingless bees.

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