View from Jolly's Lookout in the Mount Nebo area, ca.1935

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Where: Queensland, Moreton Bay, Australia

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When: 01 January 1940

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Creator: Unidentified.

Location: Mount Nebo, Queensland.

Description: table and chairs picnic lookout.

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    vesna0103

    • 16/Nov/2021 09:59:20

    One of Brisbane’s most famous picnic spots, Jollys Lookout in D’Aguilar National Park is known for its panoramic views over Enoggera Forest Reserve out toward the city, further up to the Glasshouse Mountains and even Moreton Bay. The lookout is named after Brisbane’s first mayor, William Jolly, who thought the sizable, rolling mountain ridge reserve was the perfect place for a picnic and it seems today many are still in agreement with him. The Lookout Set among the backdrop of the lush, dense rainforest and eucalypt forest of Mount Nebo, Jollys Lookout is a sweeping opening featuring numerous barbeques, sheltered and exposed picnic tables as well as a well-maintained toilet block with a baby change room. The lookout is wheelchair accessible and offers a wonderful way to enjoy a lazy afternoon picnic with the family, friends or a loved one. Visiting at sunrise or sunset is sure to provide breath-taking views and a great opportunity for that spectacular snapshot you’ve been dying to post on Instagram. Source: www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au/natural-attractions/joll...