"The Brisbane 10". Includes 10 peaks surrounding Brisbane, Australia. Builds on the Brisbane 5 with 5 additional peaks farther from the city.


Highest peak

Tenison Woods Mountain

2,526 ft / 769 m

Most prominent peak

Tenison Woods Mountain

2,043 ft / 622 m

Most summited peak

Mount Coot-tha

157 summits

Most difficult peak

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Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

July   10%

August   10%

November   9%

  • A titular peak of the White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate; Spring Mountain (353m) is a great example of the sandstone landscape this part of the Ipswich region South West of Brisbane has to offer.
  • Mermaid Mountain (398m) lies in the far South of D'Aguilar National Park offering a unique perspective of the D'Aguilar Range as well as views of Lake Manchester and the Scenic Rim beyond.
  • The three additional peaks all reside around the central section of D'Aguilar National Park. Northbrook Mountain (659m) is the destination for many Brisbane local's first overnight camp. Tenison Woods Mountain (770m) is the highest peak of the D'Aguilar Range. While Mount D'Aguilar (742m) is the titular peak of the National Park and the mountain range and also home to a plane crash site.