Bush-hut. Original old farmers hut in the Lithgow, Ben Bullen region of New South Wales, and the Gardens of Stone National Park. This park conserves 15,031 hectares. A new addition to the Park it is an ancient landscape of majestic cliffs and strange rock formations. Varied terrain from limestone outcrops to sandstone escarpments. The pagoda rock formations are a prominent feature of the park. They occur near sandstone escarpment edges where erosion processes have sculptured bee hive domes.