The horses are revolting...
Pauline Downing has produced a sister publication to her "Historic Huts and Homesteads of the Namadgi National Park" for Kosciuszko Park.
Retail price is now $20.00 incl. postage. The book is 200 pp b/w with over 300 photographs and paintings.
Both publications can be purchased from Pauline at:
PO Box 525 CAMDEN NSW 2570 or
Many of the GPS locations for huts in NSW and ACT have been updated and corrected.
We are in the process of correcting the locations on the hut pages, but the complete, corrected table can be found here.
Also available are the locations in a number of different formats:
The download files are available to members who have logged in to the website.
Daveys Hut caretakers conducted a workparty in early march 2014 to get another coat of fire retardent on to the hut.
This hut is really looking good now.
Photos: Pauline Downing caretaker
KHA and ACT Parks have reinvigorated our relationship through a freshly minted Memorandum of Understanding which will help KHA continue its work supporting ACT Parks conserve our high country heritage in the Australian Capital Territory.
The first major workparty was the refurbishment of Orroral Homestead, a large undertaking coordinated by ex KHA President Bob Moon. Bob previously coordinated the major conservation works for Tralee Homestead at Hume and that experience helped both KHA and ACT Parks forge a new partnership.
Photos: Bob Moon, Orroral Homestead before conservation.
Round Mountain to Snakey Plain in Eight Days – Dec 2013
Bob Clifton - December 2013
Newcastle Ramblers Bushwalking Club
After ten hours of driving our group made it to Round Mountain Hut (1520m), a short downhill walk from the Tooma Road, and were in camp by 5.00pm with a pleasant fire going as the shadows closed over Mt Jagungal in the distance.
An article by Carolyn MacDonald
Photos: Carolyn Macdonald
While volunteering on the Orange Hawkweed program this year I learnt from the local Park ranger that Bob the taxi driver in Corryong can drive people up the Cabramurra Road in winter. Coming from Adelaide this made sense to cut out the Alpine Way and reducing our drive time and distance. This was especially relevant this year as we would have been trying to drive the Alpine Way just after it had been blocked by the landslide. Not only that, Bob supplies you with a pile of yummy homemade sandwiches, tea, coffee and hot chocolate to help you on your way.