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Invitation to learn more about KHA - 4th Nov 2017

A  special introduction-to-KHA day will be held at the Namadgi Visitor Centre at 9am, Saturday 4 November aimed at new members and those interested in joining KHA.

KHA has planned an event to introduce you to our organisation, some of our people, some of the huts and describe some of KHA’s activities. Morning tea and Lunch will be  provided.

After lunch we will take you on a field trip to visit some of the more interesting huts and sites in Namadgi National Park.

Our committee is keen to welcome you to find out about our successful organisation which is in its 45th year and warmly invite you to come along on 4 November.

Saturday 4 November: arrive Namadgi Visitor Centre for a cuppa at 9.00am followed by a session in Visitor Centre theatre on the origins of KHA, our relationships with NPWS and Parks ACT, and our activities

Lunch at noon provided by KHA

An afternoon field trip 1.00-4.00pm, visiting huts and sites along the old Bobeyan road with historical comments from Graham Scully on the Gudgenby prefab cottage, Foresters hut, Hospital creek hut, Frank and Jacks hut and Lutons crutching shed to view recent works and  hear from their caretakers.

Other places to be visited are the ruins of the Bobeyan homestead and other sites (graves, well, 1860’s hut foundations, orchard, dairy) and cairn marking the death of David Brayshaw in 1932.


Please RSVP to Graham This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. phone 02 6230-3352, so that we can organise catering and printed handouts.

Hoping to see you there!

Bob Salijevic
KHA President


Peter Woolley Collection The Rucksack Club walk 1947

Peter Woolley sent some amazing photos from a walk in 1947 by his aunt and uncle who were members of the Sydney Rucksack Club.

Report on Frank & Jack's workparty February 2017

frank and jacks front tclement 2017

Trevor Clement sent in this report on their recent workparty at Frank & Jack's Hut in Namadgi National Park

Frank and Jack’s hut in Namadgi is only 2.7kms from the Yankee Hat car park and, as such, received a great number of visitors. The hut is in reasonable condition although there are a number of maintenance issues identified at a joint KHA and ACT PCS site visit in late 2016. As the new KHA caretaker I developed a plan to address the maintenance issues in a phased approach.




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Aust. Alpine Club: Article on the Kiandra to Kosci. crossing

The Australian Alpine Club have posted some interesting heritage articles on their website including:

Two Tin Huts & a Heroic Snowy Mountain Crossing [takes you to the AAC's webpage]

These mention articles for the Australian Ski Yearbook which KHA has in it's collection.

You can peruse them at the following links:

Australian Ski Yearbook Articles

Australian Ski Yearbook - ACT, Victoria and Tasmanian Articles

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Ted Winter - 1947 Ski Trip

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Rugman's Hut and the 2003 Fires

Rugman's Hut and the 2003 Fires

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Herb, Clyde and Sam Hain

Herb, Clyde and Sam Hain

  Herbert "Herb" Hain built Hain's hut on a summer grazing lease held by his mother, Elizabeth Janet Hain in Read More
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