Jerusalem Creek Campground
The eight separate camping areas offer basic dog-friendly camping nestled on the southern tip of the Jerusalem Block — it's the perfect base to explore all Lake Eildon National Park has to offer.
Jerusalem Creek has pit toilets at the camping area and firepits throughout the campground. Campsites are numbered and must be booked in advance. No more than six people are permitted per campsite.
Make the most of the waterside location at Jerusalem Creek. Go swimming or launch a canoe, kayak, or boat from the nearby boat ramp to explore further afield. Discover unexplored swimming holes and the submerged township of Darlingford. If you're an avid angler, both Rainbow and Brown Trout are plentiful throughout the lake system and the occasional Murray Cod can be seen jumping from the water.
Trek to the top of The Pinnacle for impressive views over Lake Eildon and the southern foothills of the Victorian Alps. The trail leads off from the Jerusalem Creek Day Visitor Area and follows Barnewall Creek. As you climb out of the grassy gully, the vegetation closes in and follows the ridgeline to the summit of The Pinnacle. Alternatively, drive up to Foggs Lookout for beautiful views across the lake and township.
Back at camp, watch the friendly kangaroos laze the day away and colorful native birds such as Laughing Kookaburras, Crimson Rosellas, King Parrots, and Gang Gang Cockatoos calling among the trees.
Facilities & Amenities
Pet Friendly Sites
Suitable For Campervans
Suitable For Tents
Pets are allowed