Glasshouse Mountains Railway Station
Glasshouse Mountains is a railway station on the Nambour and Gympie North Line of South East Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Queensland Rail City network.
The station opened in 1891 as Glass Mountains. It was renamed Glass House Mountains in 1914. The official station name was later changed to Glasshouse Mountains, which differs from the Glass House Mountains after which it was named.
The station is in Zone 11 of the TransLink integrated public transport system. It is the station closest to the Glass House Mountains National Park.
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