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Mount Jukes is a mountain and surrounding locality north of Mackay in Queensland, Australia. It was named by George Elphinstone Dalrymple in 1862 after Joseph Jukes.
The mountain is located close to the coastline within Pioneer Peaks National Park and the Central Mackay Coast IBRA Region.
It rises to 547 metres above sea level and is composed of igneous rock that has been weathered and eroded. The mountains originated from volcanic activity approximately 32 million years ago.
Mount Jukes has a species of shrubs growing in its trees called the Mount Blackwood holly, a species only found in Mount Blackwood area. The easiest route up the mountain is by gravel road that is locked.