It was my great pleasure to have Steven Toohill from Mimosa Rocks Landscapes working in Lamington National Park in preparation for the centenary of Lamington Park in July 2015.
Steve built two very high-quality stone monuments for the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and delivered over and above my expectations. His stone masonry skills are of the highest standard that I've seen which matches his professional attitude and business.
Steve immersed himself in the park for several weeks, walking over 5 km return some days with a wheel barrow and tools out to the old Forestry camp, just as the men would have done when they built the walking tracks in the 1930s and 40s.
In a relatively brief period Steve developed a real connection with the park rangers and Lamington itself, which is reflected in his quality work which will last the next hundred years.