Mount Edwards behind the Aratula Hotel
|Elevation||634 m (2,080 ft)|
|Age of rock||23 million years |
|Easiest route||Walking track|
Mount Edwards is a mountain in South East Queensland, Australia. The mountain rises 634 m above sea level and is part of the Moogerah Peaks National Park. It lies approximately 100 km south west of Brisbane approximately 17km(10.5mi) from the town of Boonah. The mountain is the closest of the Moogerah Peaks to the Cunningham Highway and is 9 km south of Aratula. Other prominent peaks in this Scenic Rim group of mountains includes Mount French, Mount Moon and Mount Greville.
- "About Moogerah Peaks". Department of Environment and Resource Management. Queensland Government. Retrieved 2010-11-20.
- Moogerah Peaks National Parks: Visitor Information[brochure]. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. 1992. Environmental Protection Agency (Queensland).
- "Moogerah Peaks National Park — Nature, culture and history". The State of Queensland. Retrieved 2009-08-07.[dead link]
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