Jerusalem Creek walk

New South Wales

Jerusalem Creek walk traces the water’s journey to its connection with the sea. This is an important wetland area for many shorebirds, which roost and nest along the creek banks. Watch out for the pied oyster catcher and beach stone-curlew ( as per NSW National Parks & Wildlife Services)

No Lookouts
Bird Watching
Heritage Sites
Picnic Facilities
Coastal

Getting there

Head to the Black Rocks campground in Bundjalung National Park. The start of the walk is at the northen end of the campgrounds, fully signed

Maps

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Route/Trail notes

Nice and easy walk, WWII bunkers, Melaleuca stained creek waters 

Permits/Costs

Camping fees & vehicle pass fees as per NSW National Parks & Wildlife

Other References

https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/jerusalem-creek-walk 

Comments

A great walk with the creek running parallel. We went with friends who had a kayak and was able to swap places (walk one way and paddle back), a nice easy walk with places to swim along the way.

Olly on 1 May, 2018

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