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KHA AGM 2017 - Agenda

Kosciuszko Huts Association Inc.

46th Annual General Meeting

Saturday 20 May 2017

Adventist Alpine Village

Tinworth Drive, Jindabyne

Commencement Time 13:30


1. Welcome, attendance and apologies

2. Minutes of the 2016 Annual General Meeting

3. Business arising from the 2016 AGM minutes

4. Reports

  • President
  • Treasurer
  • Hut Maintenance Officers
  1. HMO North: David Mitchell
  2. HMO Geehi: Jim Roche/Bob Guy
  3. HMO South: Bob Salijivic
  4. HMO Namadgi: Simon Buckpitt
  5. HMO Snowy: Marion Plum
  • Park Representatives
  1. KNP North: Megan Bowden
  2. KNP South: Andrew Miller
  3. KNP Geehi: TBA
  4. Namadgi: TBA

5. Awards

6. Other Business

7. Election of Office Bearers

8. General Discussion and Information Session

9. Next meeting.

10. Drinks at Meeting Room

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

A History of the Mountain Huts

The huts in the high country were built by stockmen, prospectors, recreational fishermen, skiers and the Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority Read More

Francis Dunn's Grave

A GRAVE AND ITS STORY. By John Gale, 10 March 1903 Whilst at Peppercorn some of our party paid a visit Read More
Rugman's Hut - Faithfully Restored

Rugman's Hut - Faithfully Restored

As the fires approached Paupong in 2003, Raymond Wroe took the initiative to save Charlie Rugman's hut by carefully numbering Read More

Peppercorn Hut - Research

A collection of images, that should be self-explanatory, relating to Peppercorn Hut. Read More
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