Legends of the Glasshouse
"Mount Ngungun is certainly one of the most rewarding hill climbing experiences of the Glasshouse mountains. The climb to the summit is a 1.1km track offering many visual highlights, capped off by the interrupted 360 degree views of the surrounding landscapes."
A story: Long, long ago about these parts there lived a young girl named Bulguroo who had been given in marriage to Ngooloo-Ngooloo, the thunder man. This fat unpleasant old man was always grumbling and fault finding and life was hard for Bulguroo. He already had two grumpy old wives, Yurgoo the wind and Diguroo the lightning. Living in this same tribal group was a young man called Wongo. He was a very successful hunter and a favourite of the old women of the tribe, as he was skilled in hunting the emu and brought back plenty of its meat. This food was denied to the young women but prized by the old ones, as they believed that sucking the marrow from the bones would restore their youth.. (to be continued)
Lasts at least for 7 years, silently in a little cave half way up Ngungun mountain