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Mount Jerusalem National Park

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What we're doing

Park management activities

Mount Jerusalem National Park has management strategies in place to protect and conserve the values of this park. Visit the detailed park and fire management documents.

Conserving Aboriginal culture

Mount Jerusalem National Park remains an important place for Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation. There are several significant sites within the reserve that are important to the Bundjalung people and protection and conservation of these sites is a priority for NPWS.

Managing pests and weeds

The varied ecosystems of Mount Jerusalem National Park are significantly impacted by weeds. We weed lantana and giant devil’s fig in fire affected areas following the 2019-2020 Mount Nardi wildfire.

Preserving biodiversity

Mount Jerusalem National Park is rich in biodiversity and conservation values. There are several ongoing Saving our Species projects in the reserve, to protect threatened rainforest plant species including smooth Davidson's plum, nightcap oak and Minyon quandong.

Managing fire

We do regular hazard reduction burning to protect life in Mount Jerusalem National Park. We also do ecological burns to produce habitat suitable for species with specific needs.

Developing visitor facilities and experiences

As part of the Tweed Byron Hinterland Trails project we’re adding new recreational facilities to Mount Jerusalem National Park. These high quality natured-based visitor experiences will be sustainable and follow a minimal impact approach, providing improved access and opportunities for visitors across the park.


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