LPI Cullen Bullen 89313N
LPI Ben Bullen 89314S
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.