Blue Mountains Conservation Society
Our mission is to help conserve the natural environment of the Greater Blue Mountains
and to increase awareness of the natural environment in general.

Blue Mountains Conservation Society


Share


PROTEST

The Society OPPOSES the proposed WESTERN SYDNEY AIRPORT
It impacts the environment of the Greater Blue Mountains
and threatens its world heritage listing.

bumper sticker anti airport

Visit our No Airport section to read all about our campaign
AGAINST THE WESTERN SYDNEY AIRPORT


Graose Valley - Ian Brown

New Blue Mountains Nature Website

Do you ever get frustrated with hunting around to find out about the natural heritage of the Blue Mountains? Wanting somewhere you can learn about the flora, fauna, ecology, landscape and geology? Two enthusiasts are trying to solve this problem, by building, over time, a comprehensive and accurate online collection of information on nature in the Greater Blue Mountains.

The website, called simply Blue Mountains Nature and now live at: bmnature.info, is a collaboration between Alan Page, keen botanist and former webmaster for Blue Mountains Conservation Society, and Ian Brown, a photographer, naturalist and conservationist.

Alan and Ian want the website to be engaging and evocative. So they are including artistic responses to the Blue Mountains environment: writings/stories, music and visual arts. Many local experts and artists are contributing.

This is a completely non-commercial enterprise, a group effort by enthusiasts for the environment. Take a look, and go back regularly as more material is added.


 

Bushtrackers

The Blue Mountains Conservation Society sponsors Bush Trackers.
Visit the Bush Trackers to download Bush Tracker Guides.