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The Gardens of Stone National Park is renowned for its delicate and intricate 'Pagoda' rock formations.

Rock formation on the sandstone escarpments have been eroded by wind & water into domes & other strange shapes.  The formations are fragile and extreme care should be taken to avoid damaging them.

While vegetation is mostly forest and heathland a number of other flora habitats exist in sheltered canyons & valleys throughout the region.

There are many walks for experienced bushwalkers and a range of shorter walks too.  This country is wilderness and all precautions should be taken to ensure your safety.



Recently Added
30/05/2014 Website Upgrade In Progess
01/05/2013 Stilwell Trig
29/12/2012 Dargan Arch
26/12/2012 Spire Head
17/11/2012 Protect Gardens of Stone
03/11/2012 Orchid Heaven
29/10/2012 Orange Blossom Orchid
21/10/2012 Mumbedah Falls
15/10/2012 Rock Warblers
03/10/2012 The Totem Pole
18/09/2012 Focus Stack Images
18/09/2012 Wollemi Hand Stencils
10/09/2012 Wollemi Traverse Photos
30/08/2012 Wollemi Traverse
03/07/2012 Mt Clarence Stencils
03/07/2012 Ten Tunnel Funicular
01/07/2012 Pagoda Supported By Bricks
01/07/2012 Mt Clarence
01/07/2012 Ten Tunnel Railway Deviation
30/06/2012 Clarence Arch

Recently Updated
01/05/2013 Guide Books
01/05/2013 Trig Stations
01/05/2013 Ironpot Mtn Pots and Grooves
01/05/2013 Axe Grinding Grooves
04/11/2012 Waterfalls
21/09/2012 Wollemi Traverse Information
20/09/2012 Wollemi Traverse
15/09/2012 Wollemi Traverse Photos
03/07/2012 Dunns Swamp Stencils
03/07/2012 Genowlan Mountain Stencils

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