Woodford, in the beautiful Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, is home to a wide range of animal life, including the Glossy Black Cockatoo, a threatened species relying on a single food source the fruits of Allocasuarina trees. It is also home to the endangered Blue Mountains Water Skink (Eulamprus leuraensis).

Woodford is a quiet, beautiful, natural environment enjoyed by its residents. It has remained that way mainly because it is not a widely known area.

One part of Woodford, which contains intact archaeological remnants of Cox's Road of national importance, is now under threat from development.

Please help us STOP the proposed development that will destroy this unique place forever.

Let's save Woodford for future generations. Find out how here