Shhh! Can you hear that? The serene silence amongst the morning mist with @lanex.m in the Walls of Jerusalem National Park. Magical. One of Tassie's most isolated national parks, the Walls aren't accessible by road, so the region feels as wild and remote as ever. Located in @northerntasmania, the name 'Walls of Jerusalem' was coined by surveyor James Scott in 1849. Reg Hall, a fellow enthusiast for the area, continued the biblical theme by naming other features of the park Zions Gate, Herods Gate, Pool of Bethesda, Pool of Siloam, Wailing Wall and The Temple. Its possible to see parts of the Walls of Jerusalem as a long day-walk. However, to truly appreciate the region, it's best to spend a couple of nights. Thanks for tagging us, Lane!