Beerwah Glass House Mountains Motel
The Beerwah Glasshouse Mountains Motel provides an outdoor pool and complimentary Wi-Fi. It features comfortable rooms with an en suite bathroom and a kitchenette. There are a variety of amenities available to guests of Beerwah Glasshouse Motel, such as luggage storage and ticket service and meeting facilities. There is a barbecue area on-site for guests to use.
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Beerwah Glass House Motel is situated conveniently in the middle of the Glass House Mountains Hinterland, nestled away in the tranquil surroundings of our 2 tropical acres makes it a perfect destination for you to stay for a few days or as just a stopover.
With in-room TV, a local common room with in house catering as well as our crystal clear swimming pool.
Plan your day with a chat to your host Allan who knows all about the local region and can direct you to places that will interest you, then relax and unwind from your day out and about by enjoying the picturesque swimming pool!
Conveniently located on Steve Irwin Way, central to the spectacular 13 peaks of the Glass House Mountains.
We have conference/meeting facilities for up to 30 people and provide accommodation and meeting packages for special festive and business events.
Family and Pet Friendly Motel
The Legend of Tibrogargan and Coonowrin
In the mythology of the region, Tibrogargan was the father of all the other Glass House Mountains except Beerwah, his wife. It was said that Tibrogargan saw a rising of the waters from the sea, and called to his son Coonowrin to take his mother Beerwah to a safe place; however, Coonowrin failed to do so, and in anger Tibrogargan clubbed Coonowrin and broke his neck.
About the Glass House Mountains
The Mountains are volcanic in geological make-up with Mount Coonowrin (right top) the steepest and standing at 377m. Mount Tibrogargan is the next steepest and is 364m high. Mount Beerwah at 556m is the highest of the Glass House Mountains yet the Western Border Track is one of the more comfortable hikes for most visitors. Extreme care must be taken with some of the more challenging climbs and often inexperienced hikers are needed to be rescued from the steeper slopes of Tibrogargan.
Wonderful views of these fascinating natural structures can be had from the Glass House Mountain Lookout on the Glass House to Woodford Road and from Mary Cairncross Park on the Landsborough to Maleny Road.
Venture along the Montville Road to Mapleton and enjoy panoramic views of the Sunshine Coast from one of the many lookouts and parks along the way.