Mt Jerusalem National Park

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Easy
5.1 km return
105 mins

Hell Hole Falls

This is a well kept secret, that not even many of the locals know about! A strange name for such a beautiful place; it is a series of deep rock pools linked by small waterfalls before the creek plunges over the cliff into the Tweed Valley.
This rock formation is not part of Mt Warning's eruptions, but dates back before that time to the Chillingham volcanics.
A place for a cooling swim, picnic and to enjoy the tranquillity of the surroundings. It is rumoured that the waters of the rock pools contain a natural hair conditioner that lasts for weeks.

Medium
10.8 km return
3.5 hrs

Mt Boogarem Lookout

Mt Boogarem is located on the Koonyum Range and forms part of the Mt Jesusalem National Park. You can in fact drive to the lookout, but that would take the fun out of bushwalking! The walk is from the entrance to the National Park along graded tracks, with an option to follow a horse riding track or visit a further lookout called Teales.

Medium
9.4 km return
4 hrs

Mt Chowan

Reaching the top of Mt Chowan is a challenge, but a worthy challenge. Mt Chowan sits in the north-eastern corner of Mt Jerusalem National Park at a height of 523m. A fire trail and a track lead up along the side of the mountain until the final steep ascent.

Easy
400 m return
30 mins

Unicorn Falls

A lovely hidden waterfall nestled in Mount Jerusalem National Park with a great waterhole for a swim.