Discover the Jerusalem Creek Walk, a 5 mi out-and-back trail that can start and end from the Black Rocks campground, within the Bundjalung National Park, New South Wales.
The Bundjalung National Park can be found on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia, around 1 hr 30 from Newcastle and a favourite park for mountain biking, canoeing, beach hiking and fishing, not to mention the abundance of wildlife and birdlife in this beautiful area of conservation.
This walking trail is graded as Medium difficulty, with occasional steps but very little incline overall; an enjoyable flat trail with a total elevation gain of 86 ft as it takes walkers along the strip of coastline, through bushland and forest, on a track that winds in parallel with Jerusalem Creek and Ten-Mile Beach. Take in stunning coastal views as it leads you to a picnic area at the end of the spit, with plenty of places for a dip along the way, as well as camping spots for those wanting to extend their adventure. For information on how we grade trails, please click here
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A perfect family-friendly hiking route and area; the perfect base for family adventures offering opportunities for all ages and abilities to enjoy picnics, relaxation, play, bushwalking, coastal meanders and swimming. Some groups like to split in two, while some take to the creek by kayak, the others travel on foot, picnicking halfway at the picnic area before switching for a completely different return journey. On foot, this trail is usually completed in approx. 2 - 3 hrs. Caution is advised on trail times as this depends on multiple variables. For more info, click here
An $8 AUD park entry fee applies per vehicle, per and dogs are not allowed in NSW national parks and reserves for the protection and conservation of the park and its wildlife.