Beerburrum is a historic township that offers visitors a chance to learn more about local history and heritage.
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Beerburrum is also a close destination from the Glass House Mountains National Park. The national park boasts many extinct volcanoes, with these formations, said to be about 25 to 27 million years old. The highest peak of the ranges is Mount Beerwah, which sits at 555m (1,821ft) above sea level. The second highest peak is Mount Coonowrin, followed by Mount Tibrogargan. With such peaks, the Glasshouse Mountains National Park offers a number of breathtaking lookouts and walking trails.
The most notable historic landmark within Beerburrum is its World War I signage which commemorates the settlement that was established here to provide opportunities for Australian soldiers returning from World War I.
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