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Mount Tibberoowuccum is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Glass House Mountains, Queensland, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and nature trips.

Length 1.1 mi Elevation gain 465 ft Route type Out & Back

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Running

Forest

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Scramble

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One of the peaks in the Glass House Mountains Range.

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Reviews (52)
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Recordings (41)
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Quirine v.
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Hiking

Quick walk to the top but dusty and loose rock on the way down so make sure you have shoes with grip.

Jamie Faulkner
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Hiking

The small climb up Tibberoowuccum is moderate grade with a few metres of scrambling toward the very top. Tracks are all clearly defined and well maintained.

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Robyn Thomson
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HikingRockyScramble

Good little track. Gets your heart pumping. Little bit of a rock climb at the end. Super fun track.

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Amanda King
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Hiking

Mount tibberoowuccum is a proper climb, so steep and quite a work out! Just be weary that it’s a rock climb at the end but you don’t have to do that to get a nice view at the top. The rest of the track is pretty average, a control burn must have been earlier in the year as a lot is just only just got a bit of green coming through.

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James Mullen
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HikingRockyScramble

The views from the top are well worth the climb, this was my second hike of the day so my legs felt this one. A nice little scramble to get to the summit. I followed the advice of other reviews on here and didn’t have an issue finding this trail. Will definitely do this one again soon.

Rebecca Andersson
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HikingScramble

Nice walk, good views of tibrogargan at the top

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James Gardiner
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HikingRockyScramble

Fairly easy climb. Didn't take long at all. Can be hard to actually find the climb, so make sure to find a guide off the internet to follow. Views were incredible, especially of Tibrogargan.

Patrik Wadelius
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Nice short one, easy access. just park at the Tibrogargan Parking then go back to the street. Go left for approximately 150m. Follow the 4wd tracks into the forest and keep to the right. After another 400m there is a stone pile with a trail leading up to the peak. Bit of scrambling at the end but really nice views towards tibrogargan.

Christopher Tanos
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Hiking

Very accessible, slight scramble at the end. Views are worth the effort, trail head is only a few hundred meters from Mt Tibro carpark so did this one straight after Tibro. Did it in light drizzle, took about an hour including a 20mins stay at the summit.

Deb Ronald
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Hiking

Nice change and fun. Good shoes needed... awesome when not many people around

Sara Michaels
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HikingRocky

Was a beautiful hike. The walk up Tibberoowoocum was incredibly steep with very rocky/loose footing. It was the most difficult part of the hike. Great views of the Glasshouse Mountains. I would definitely do it again!

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Wesley Wittstock
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HikingRocky

Track is narrow closer to the summit. Chose the long way around. Was a great hike!

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Brad Lloyd
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Awesome climb with 4 yr old son. Will return with him a bit older to go all the way to rocky peak (true peak)

Rex K
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Great perspective of the Glasshouse Mountains. 360 degree view. make sure you follow the track around as there are a couple of false summits. I wouldn't do this trail if it has been raining. Will be back.

Mitchell O'Shea
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HikingRocky

Fun, relatively easy hike. Theres a second peak if you continue round the trail from the top, dont miss it!

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Jodie Burgess
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Love this little mountain. Good uphill to get the heart pumping and great views. Can recommend a night hike in full moon.

Kylie Fishwick
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HikingRockyScramble

A great view from the summit.

Liat C.H.
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I love Tibberoowuccum! But its obviously getting more popular. When I first started hiking it about 5 years ago I'd blessedly have the whole peak to myself for a few hours. Not so any more; but its still relatively little-known & one is able to mosly enjoy some solitude up there (definitely doesn't have the big crowd you always encounter on Mt Ngungun!).

Sarah Anne
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HikingMuddyOver grown

A nice secluded trail, definitely a different vibe from Tibrogargan! Quite hard to find, but follow the advice of others and you will find it. Harder than expected, but very beautiful view from the top, I would say a better view than Tibrogargan.

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Hannah Molen
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this trail entrance was hard to find. it starts as walking on the 4wd trail off Marshs rd, just past the Mt Tibrogargan carpark (heading away from Mt tibrogargan then past its carpark. I suggest hiking while watching where you are on the map compared to the red trail line on the map here, due to the lack of signage. we didnt come across anyone else on a Saturday afternoon. we came to where we assumed was the end of the trail but glad we had the Alltrails map open because we followed it to the very end where there was some rock scrambling.. not much. my husbands favourite of the four Glasshouse mountains we have hiked! use mosquito spray.. they were biting us in large numbers at certain points in the trail! spectacular view of tibrogargan, coonowrin, mt beerwah, the twins etc. I read online that kids could do this, but I wouldnt take my children due to the rock scrambling and have to be careful near the edges.. its such a long way to drop. not a long hike so theres a fair bit of steep hiking. 4 stars

Heidi M
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Hiking

A great one to avoid crowds. Not a great track up, well the one we found anyway. Starts from a 4wd access track up the road from Tibrogargan car park and opposite a property with a big shed. We went up 1 track and down a different one. This was fun as it’s not well known, great views of Mt Tibrogargan.

Amanda R.
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Hiking
First to Review

One of my favourite Glasshouse Mountains to hike/climb. I’ve never come across anyone else on the trail at the same time, it’s short but steep with some fun rock climbing at the end, plus beautiful views.

Paul Gotoby
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John Storey
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Chris Flom
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