Jade Hallam Walls Of Jerusalem Central Plateau Tasmania

Looking back toward Solomon's Throne in the Walls of Jerusalem | © 2020 Jade Austen. All rights Reserved.


NOTE: Campers are limited to 48 per day and must complete free registration via the new COVID safe booking system prior to walking. Go to www.eventbrite.com.au and search Walls of Jerusalem.

The Walls of Jerusalem offers experienced bushwalkers the opportunity to pursue their passion within a spectacular mountain region that is little touched by the modern world.

The Walls are located in a remote area of the Tasmanian highlands and are part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The area is a spectacular labyrinth of alpine lakes and tarns, dolerite peaks, ancient but fragile forests of Pencil Pines and unique alpine vegetation.

Time: Wild Dog Creek Campsite via Trappers Hut: 6 hours return - Central Walls (Pool of Bethesda): 8 hours return - Dixons Kingdom: 10 hours return. Track can be done as a long day walk or as an overnight trip. Staying one or two nights provides the walker the opportunity to explore and photograph the ancient landscape.

Grade: 4: Bushwalking experience is recommended. Track is long, rough and very steep in places. Track is exposed to extreme weather any time of the year and directional signage is limited. Walkers must be fully prepared, carrying an Epirb and navigational tools are recommended. Walkers must carry a good 3-4 season tent. Go to https://parks.tas.gov.au/explore-our-parks/know-before-you-go/safety-in-parks for more info.

Download the PDF handout here.


For more information contact the Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre.

98 -100 Emu Bay Road, Deloraine
03) 6362 5280
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