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Wallace's Hut, Alpine National Park. The Hut built in 1889 and is the oldest standing mountain hut of 106 in the Alpine National Park. Made from local timber as shelter for cattlemen who used to drive their herds up the mountains to graze on high country plains in summer.
One of the three Treasures Huts, which are located on the western side of the Dargo High Plains Road just after the halfway point between Dargo and the Great Alpine Road.
New Bluff Hut - Alpine National Park
The rebuilt Bluff Hut in Alpine National Park, (Northeast) Victoria, Australia. For best effect View On Black (Large). This hut was reopened just a month before this shot after its destruction in the 2006 fire season. Beautiful rebuild, and by the looks of the logbook, has been very frequently used since its reopening. See here, here and here for rebuild photos & more info on the hut. Here is another user's photo of the ruins. -- 177 sec exposure @ f/4. Hut lit by 4 candles, whilst the front…
Old Geehi Hut tour walking track
Want to go for a walk? Free download maps and tracknotes for the Old Geehi Hut tour walk. The walk takes about 2 hrs (5.5 km Return), and heads though the delightful Kosciuszko National Park. This walk takes you on a tour of some of the historic huts north of Geehi Flats. Starting from the northern end of Geehi Flats Camping area near Geehi Hut, you will cross Swampy Plains River and walk across the plain to an intersection just before Keebles Hut. Here the walk heads up on the higher…
Talbot Hut Ruins
In 1912 the government built a series of huts from Warburton to Walhalla to facilitate a long distance walking track to celebrate the railway arriving in Walhalla. Talbot hut named after Lord Talbot was one such hut. It was destroyed in fires. Good water is available at this campsite.