Mount Ngungun is the sixth tallest of the Glass House Mountains at 253 m. It has a well maintained walking trail to the summit that affords good views. The trail from carpark (with tap) is not as steep as the higher mountains and is open to beginners. The south face contains steeper, unmarked but well known rock climbing routes. When viewed from Moreton Bay it lines up with and is silhoutted by Mount Beerwah and Mt Coonowrin/Crookneck. This was noted by Captain Cook on his first voyage of along the East coast of Australia.
Ngungun is arguably the best place to view the taller mountains that QNPRSR has restricted access to.
- "Mount Beerwah track closed - Glass House Mountains National Park (Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing)". Nprsr.qld.gov.au. 2013-05-29. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
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