Glass House Mountains, Queensland

Glass House Mountains, Queensland

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Glass House Mountains (also spelt Glasshouse Mountains) is a hinterland town of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, named after the famous Glass House Mountains of the area. It is located approximately 64 km north of Brisbane, belonging to the Sunshine Coast Regional Council local government area . Colloquially it is often known simply as "Glasshouse". At the 2006 census, Glass House Mountains had a population of 4,450, with 1,853 living in the town centre.

Many of the town's original foundations were built on sugarcane, pineapple and farming. The town also has a train station and a railway line that runs northwards towards Northern Queensland and southwards to Brisbane.

The popularity of soccer having sprung up from the European farmers that inhabited the area. The grounds were built mostly using the donated resources of those farmers of the area.

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