'Pagoda' rock formations cluster near sandstone escarpments, where erosion has sculpted beehive-shaped domes and other forms. Banksia, dwarf casurinas and other wind-pruned heathland plants give the area its garden-like appearance. This park forms an important part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area .
Fabulous three bedroom, two bathroom rural retreat set on five acres in the Portland Town Common with glorious views of the Great Dividing Range. The house was built using recycled materials such as old convict bricks, chunky bridge timbers, floorboards rescued from the old Bathurst hat factory, leadlight windows/doors.