When you spot the lookouts, it will be hard not also to get a thrill.
The mountain looks out over the mountainside in northern New South Wales.
The peak of the Lookout Mountains, which is about 100km west of Sydney, is among the best-preserved peaks in the world.
It was first seen in the early 1800s, but its location is no longer known.
It sits on the eastern side of the Mount Arthur Range, a vast area of mountains and low hills in the far north-east of the state.
It’s one of the most remote locations in Australia, and the only place in the country where you can get an early morning flight from Sydney.
This photo of the lookout is from a book by Robert Burns, published in 1874.
In 1884, it was taken by Sir Arthur Cook, who was heading to the Western Australia Territory.
Cook was the first man to discover Australia, but it was not until 1887 that he became the first person to visit the country, after the discovery of Mount Everest in the Himalayas.
The lookout was originally built by a local landowner who wanted to protect his sheep and cattle from wild boar.
In 1900, the lookout was built to protect the local community.
Its popularity is also attributed to its location, because it was close to a waterhole, a source of clean water for the community.
In 1901, the state government bought it for $250,000, and in 1902, it became a tourist attraction.
It is now part of the national park, and has been for more than 40 years.
The climb to the peak was completed in 1935.
Today, it is a popular sightseeing destination, and a good place to catch a glimpse of the mountains and the spectacular peaks around it.