If you need one, really good reason why the Gardens of Stone National Park needs protecting, check out the video to the right. It depicts an AMAZING resident of the park, mimicking the sounds of - get this - a chainsaw, video motor drive, and a chainsaw!
If you're ever out in the Gardens of Stone National Park and hear any of these sounds, it may not be a nearby tourist trying to snap a picture, or someone running lose with a chainsaw - it just might be one of these incredible, little guys.
Learn more about protecting the Gardens of Stone here.
The Lithgow Environment Group seeks to preserve the balance of nature in its region. This is especially important given the impacts of the area's industrial heritage. The Lithgow region contains some of the most biodiverse bushland in the Greater Blue Mountains. Our aim is to promote and protect this rich natural heritage..
See how our efforts to raise money for the Lithgow Uniting Church's solar system is doing here: