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Mount Nebo

About Mount Nebo

A small rural suburb located in the D’Aguilar mountain range. The suburb offers an escape to the hinterland with many hiking trails to explore and spectacular views to soak in.

Mount Nebo has a community hall, a State School catering to primary education, a number of cafes and a mobile library service operated by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Things to see and do in Mount Nebo

  • Hike Boombana Walk
  • Hike Pitta Circuit
  • Hike Thylogale Track
  • Hike Manorina Walking Tracks
  • Mt Nebo lookout

History of Mount Nebo

The suburb of Mount Nebo is named after the mountian on which it is located. Settlement began in 1919 with the subdivision of the Highlands Estate into smaller blocks for soldiers returning from World War I.


The Latest Mount Nebo News


Moreton Bay Region Weather   •   21-12-2020  •   Nick Crockford

Still waiting to break drought

We may be facing the wettest summer in a decade, but Seqwater’s dams, which supply the Moreton Bay Region, are still in a ‘drought response’ phase.…

Pets   •   17-12-2020  •   Nick Crockford

Sign-up for Home Alone

Pet owners across the Moreton Bay Region and Queensland are being urged to register with the RSPCA Qld’s Home Alone service.…

Moreton Bay Region Weather   •   10-12-2020  •   Kylie Knight

Prepare now for wild weather

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting a significant weather event this weekend, with 4-6m waves, 100mm of rain on Sunday, high tides and gale force winds possible. Now’s the time to prepare.…

Local Stories   •   15-5-2020  •   Kylie Knight

You’ll find me in the mountains…

From stocking grocery staples to offering takeaway options, Café in the Mountains has really thrown a lifeline to Mount Nebo residents throughout the COVID-19 crisis, proving it’s ‘the little café that could’…

Local Stories   •   15-7-2019  •   Kylie Knight

Snuggle Up By the Fire at Your Place

The crackle, the mesmerising flame, the smell - there is so much to love about sitting in front of a fireplace in winter. …

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D’Aguilar National Park is a truly stunning region that we're blessed to call part of the Moreton Bay Region. Parks, walking tracks and lookouts dot the scenery, offering amazing views of Moreton Bay, the Mountains of Glasshouse, and pools of crystal clear rainforest. …

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