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Moreton Bay Region




432 - 512m ASL


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STARTING from the middle of Mount Mee Village (just a school, a hall and a church), I followed Robinson Road along its length passing farmland and eventually a small residential area. Here I reached Settlement Road and followed it along the top of the green ridge descending into Culvert Creek before passing the Mount Mee Cemetery. I continued following the road passing mixed farmland covered with bright green grassy rolling hills, and gullies with water ponds full from the recent flooding rains.

It was a long hike along Settlement Road, but the scenery was very beautiful. There was very little traffic on the road and the grass on either side was short enough to comfortably walk on. The road followed the top of a low ridge until reaching a junction where the gravel Centipede Road turned off to the right. I followed this road passing dairy farm land before reaching its end at the gate entrance into the D'Aguilar National Park, the same entrance I had reached after hiking from The Gantry a couple of weeks ago.

From here I started heading the ten or so kilometres back to my start at Mount Mee village, taking a lot of pictures of the beautiful farmland and the cemetery.

Upon returning to Mount Mee Village, I continued along the main road reaching Dahmongah Lookout where I had watched the sunrise a couple of weeks ago. From here I watched the sun setting over the plateau and watched the lowlands of the Wamuran Valley and the Glasshouse Mountains fade away into shadow.


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