Jerusalem Creek Walk - Bundjalung National Park


Black Rocks Rest Area

Walk to the mouth of tea-tree stained Jerusalem Creek, returning back along the beach.  The walk starts at Black Rocks camping area.

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 oystercatcher and beach stone-curlew. 

The full circuit is nearly 8km, so it makes a nice day walk, but if you’re feeling like a shorter hike, you can take the easier option of starting and finishing from Black Rocks campground.

Check out the website listed for a map of the walk.



Url: Visit the website

Opening Hours : 24-Jul

Public Holidays : Yes

Safety Considerations :

Please check the RTA Live Traffic website to show road closures.  The Gap road is sometimes closed due to excessive rain and upgrades.

Cost : $0.00

Distance : 6 km

Public Amenities :

Toilets at the camp grounds

Terrain : Natural Trail

Parking : Provided in the Area

Intensity : Various Intensities, use care and common sense before any activity

Location: Black Rocks Rest Area


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