Camping Walls of Jerusalem National Park

The Walls of Jerusalem National Park is an alpine wilderness featuring dolerite peaks, tarns, lakes and a variety of alpine vegetation. It forms part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area and is exposed to the extremes of Tasmania’s changeable weather. This remote park is not accessible by road, and there are no facilities for shortstop visitors. Bushwalkers should be experienced and well equipped for alpine conditions before attempting to walk in the Walls of Jerusalem National Park. There are no facilities within the Walls of Jerusalem National Park. All persons entering the park must be self sufficient. Bushwalkers will need to carry a tent. There are camping platforms and a toilet at Wild Dog Creek near Herod’s Gate. This is an ideal location to camp and from which to venture out on day walks. Huts within the park are in poor condition and have historical significance and are suitable for emergency shelter only. This park is a fuel stove only area

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The boundary of the Walls of Jerusalem National Park is located 1 kilometre from the road end carpark. Bushwalkers must walk into the park from this carpark located off the gravel Mersey Forest Road near Lake Rowallan. The carpark is reached from Deloraine by following the B12 through Mole Creek and taking Mersey Forest Road (C138 then C171) to Lake Rowallan. A gravel road on the left just after the Fish River leads to the car park. Please NOTE: There is no public transport to this area.

See also:

  • Camping Lake Barrington
  • Camping Lake King William
  • Camping Bronte Lagoon
  • Laughing Jack Lagoon Camping
  • Free Camping Bradys Lake
  • Camping Tungatinah Power Station
  • Lake Binney Camping
  • Camping Franklin River