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Glasshouse Mountains Community

Glasshouse Mountains the best kept secret of the Sunshine Coast.

The   township   of   Glasshouse   Mountains   is   in   centre   of   the   mountains   and   is   one   of   six   main townships   in   the   region.   The   region   is   called   ‘Glasshouse   Country’   and   includes,   Beerburrum, Beerwah, Glasshouse Mountains, Landsborough, Mooloolah Valley and Peachester. Known   by   some   as   the   Railway   Towns,   (because   they   are   linked   by   rail   as   well   as   road).   The old   Gympie   Road   is   the   site   of   the   original   Cob   and   Co.   coach   track   that   the   main   roads   and railway   duplicate. The   track   was   the   main   route   to   the   Gympie   Gold   Fields,   For   70   years   from the   1850s   to   the   1920s,   Cobb   &   Co.   coaches   were   a   principle   means   of   transport   in   the colonies    of    Queensland,    New    South    Wales    and    Victoria.    Settlers    moving    inland,    new immigrants   hopeful   of   success   on   the   gold   fields,   shearers,   agents,   squatters,   children   and their   parents—everyone   used   Cobb   &   Co.   stage   coaches   to   move,   as   efficiently   as   was possible, around the colonies.
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Glasshouse Mountains

Community

Glasshouse Mountains the

best kept secret of the

Sunshine Coast.

The       township       of       Glasshouse Mountains     is     in     centre     of     the mountains   and   is   one   of   six   main townships   in   the   region.   The   region is   called   ‘Glasshouse   Country’   and includes,     Beerburrum,     Beerwah, Glasshouse                       Mountains, Landsborough,     Mooloolah     Valley and Peachester. Known    by    some    as    the    Railway Towns,   (because   they   are   linked   by rail    as    well    as    road).    The    old Gympie    Road    is    the    site    of    the original   Cob   and   Co.   coach   track that    the    main    roads    and    railway duplicate.   The   track   was   the   main route   to   the   Gympie   Gold   Fields, For   70   years   from   the   1850s   to   the 1920s,   Cobb   &   Co.   coaches   were   a principle   means   of   transport   in   the colonies   of   Queensland,   New   South Wales   and   Victoria.   Settlers   moving inland,   new   immigrants   hopeful   of success      on      the      gold      fields, shearers,        agents,        squatters, children                and                their parents—everyone   used   Cobb   &   Co. stage      coaches      to      move,      as efficiently   as   was   possible,   around the colonies.
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