Mt Jerusalem Track

Point of Interest


With no road access to its boundary, this alpine wonderland is for exploring on foot. The most visited part of the park is inside the Walls, flanked by towering fluted dolerite peaks. To get there from the carpark, its an initial steep walk up to the only formal campsite at Wild Dog Creek. From hereon, its a gently undulating landscape, with dolerite peaks guarding an impossibly beautiful alpine garden. Here the gods have played, dropping generous dollops of lime green onto an olive-grey canvas, finishing with delicate strokes of pink, red, orange, gold and white. The only toilets are at the Walls of Jerusalem main carpark. To get to the start of the main access track into the Walls of Jerusalem, travel by car to Lake Rowallan, via Mole Creek, on the Mersey Forest Road (C171). Just after crossing the Fish River there is a turn off to the left onto a gravel road. Follow this road for 1.5km to the Walls of Jerusalem car park. The walking track starts at the registration booth in the main carpark. Where possible, please avoid driving in our reserves at night. You are sharing the roads with our native wildlife, so take it slow and watch out for animals on the road. Pets are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking.

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