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A natural paradise, like nowhere else on earth. Within a few hours of Sydney lies this awe-inspiring monument to Australia's geological creation.

Spectacular and mesmerising, the Gardens of Stone, has been in the making for 250 million years. Home to incredible landscapes and ancient Aboriginal culture, fragile pagoda rock formations, rare and threatened plants and animals and relics from the past, the Gardens of Stone region has it all.

Yet it's future hangs in the balance and is being threatened by mining.
We need your help to secure its protection.

Why not watch our award-winning film, Gardens of Stone.


Or pay a visit

Our Gardens of Stone Visitors Map is a guide to some of the more remarkable and accessible areas of this stunning landscape. Available here

You can also walk with the Society. We run regular walks in Gardens of Stone as part of our great bushwalking program. See the current programs or check out our monthly newsletter, Hut News.


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2022 Federal Election material is authorised by
Madi Maclean, Blue Mountains Conservation Society Inc, 92 Fletcher St., Wentworth Falls NSW 2782

© 2022  Blue Mountains Conservation Society Inc.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land
– the Darug and Gundungurra people –
and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.