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Walls of Jerusalem National Park

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Walls of Jerusalem National Park is in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, Australia. It is east of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, west of Central Plateau Conservation Area, and south of Mole Creek.

Understand[edit]

The Walls of Jerusalem National Park forms a part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The park is remote and not accessible via road, and thus retains its wilderness character. There are no facilities for casual visitors, bushwalkers are required to be well-equipped and experienced in the often harsh Tasmanian conditions.

History[edit]

Proclaimed Walls of Jerusalem National Park on 13 December 1978.

Landscape[edit]

The region is an alpine wilderness dominated by dolerite peaks, highland tarns and lakes and alpine vegetation.

Climate[edit]

The park is very exposed to the extremes of Tasmania's changeable weather.

Get In[edit]

There is no road access to the national park. Therefore the only way in by walking.

Fees/Permits[edit]

24 Hour Pass:[edit]

  • Per vehicle (up to 8 people) - $24
  • Per person (who may enter with a bicycle or motorbike) - $12

8 Week Holiday Pass:[edit]

  • Per vehicle (up to 8 people) - $60
  • Per person (who may enter with a bicycle or motorbike) - $30

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The main camping area in the national park is Wild Dog Creek.

Stay Safe[edit]

It is imperative that you take a map and compass and know how to use them. You are strongly advised to study a guidebook which will have detailed information.

Get out[edit]


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