Crookneck

One of the 11 hills that make up the Glasshouse Mountains, Crookneck or Mount Coonowrin to give its official name is 377 metres high.

The hills were formed during volcanic activity and contain columns of comendite.

Crookneck (2015)
Crookneck (2015)

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