• Pantoneys Crown

  • Delicate Rock Formations in the Gardens of Stone

  • Dry Canyon in the Gardens of Stone

  • Bungleboori Pool and Cascade

  • Filtered Sunlight in a Mugii Murum Ban Forest

Welcome to the Bush Explorers Website

The Bush Explorers Web Site is still 'under-construction'.

Bush Explorers and Authors, Michael Keats and Brian Fox have been exploring the Australian Bush for years.

Bush Explorers is a work in progress guide to ultimate bushwalking in the Greater Blue Mountains National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park. It is a chronicle of challenges, discoveries, adventures, sweat, and research lead by Brian Fox, Michael Keats and Yuri Bolotin. It is also your key to enjoy seldom visited places, and through words and pictures, enjoy what is literally on Sydney’s back door step.

As it develops, this site will be an important resource for bush walkers and others interested in the Australian Bush.

Make sure you check back often to see whats changed.

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Latest News
15-Apr-2014 GOS 5 is coming!
The authors Brian and Michael are proud to announce that the next book in ‘The Gardens of Stone National Park and beyond,’ series is c..
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14-Apr-2014 Filming the Shay Ghosts of the Wolgan Valley Railway
Bush explorer Michael joined veteran film maker Anthony (Tony) Buckley for two days of filming key sections of the alignment of the former Wolgan ..
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23-Jan-2014 Bush Club Leaders released
Michael is pleased to announce that with the approval of the Bush Club Committee, and in recognition the Bush Club’s 75th year of continuous..
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The Gardens of Stone

Book 4

Bushwalks in the headwaters of Bungleboori Creek, Wollangambe River, Nayook Creek and Dingo Creek.

Regional River Catchments and Water Pollution.

The Gardens of Stone

Book 3

Bushwalks at Donkey Mountain, Carne Creek, South of the Wolgan River and Mt Cameron.

Regional Aboriginal History and Historical Maps.

The Gardens of Stone

Book 2

Bushwalks at Newnes and along the Wolgan-Capertee Divide.

Regional Climate.