Map of Mount Scoria, QLD

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Mount Scoria is a mountain in southeast Queensland. Mount Scoria is at an altitude of about 229m above sea level.

Mount Scoria is close to the village of Thangool (5.75km away - show me) and the town of Biloela (17km away - show me).

The nearest road to Mount Scoria is an unsealed road that is un-named in our database and comes within 303m of the summit.

The nearest sealed road to Mount Scoria is the Burnett Highway (3.52km away).

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Mount Scoria Weather
29 minutes ago
 ValueTrend
Temp25.5°Csteady
Feels like22.9°Cwarming
Wind13-20km/h
NW
calming
Pressure1019.5hPasteady
Rain since 9am0mmN/A
Observation taken 5.6km
to the north-northwest (highlight point)
2/8/15 4:00PM (EST); 3:00PM (CST); 2:00PM (WST)
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