Gardens of Stone National Park
Be inspired by the dramatic landscape at Gardens of Stone. This World Heritage area features stunning rock pagodas, sandstone cliffs, canyons and breathtaking scenic views.
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To walk among the exquisite and varied rock pagoda formations, sandstone cliffs and canyons at Gardens of Stone National Park is a memorable experience. The extraordinary rock shapes, the stunning scenic views over the valleys and the mesa of Pantoneys Crown make this area of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area a must for photographers. This rugged territory is also a haven for adventurers, with excellent opportunities for canyoning, mountain-biking and serious bushwalking or hiking.
There’s plenty to see while enjoying a leisurely walk. Along the way, you can admire rare yellow pagoda daisies bursting from the rocks, blue tongue lizards, and wood geckos basking on the warm stone. You may even be lucky enough to spot a koala in the east of the park..
For a sense of the majesty of Gardens of Stone without the sore legs, why not take one of the wonderful driving tours?
Highlights in this park
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Gardens of Stone National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Blue Mountains (Blackheath)
(02) 4787 8877
Contact hours: 9am-4.30pm daily (closed Christmas Day)
- Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath NSW
Fax: (02) 4787 8514
- Blue Mountains (Blackheath)