Worsley Hut

12 bunk (DOC say 20 but there's only 12 mattresses and 12 places for them) hut at the mouth of the Worsley on Lake Te Anau.

Popular with boaties who like to get to the 'head of the lake' for a bit of fishing (and drinking). Flood prone, as photos on the hut wall show: boats moored to the hut deck, people fishing out of the window ...

A good starting point for explorations west into the Dark, the Wild Natives / Bligh Sound, over to the Glaisnock, or back round to the Clinton via Indecision Creek.

Maintained by DOC/FWC

Worsley Hut • By madpom. Licence: cc by.
Key information
Owner
Owner: DOC
Category
Standard Hut
Sleeps
Sleeps 12
12
Facilities
Toilet, Enclosed wood/coal burner
Water supply
Tap or tank water
Getting there
Getting there
Mostly by boat / float-plane from Te Anau

1-2 day tramping route from Clinton Hut on the Milford via Indeciaion Creek

2-3 day tough tramping route from Glaisnock Hut via the head of the Wild Natives

(see Moirs Guide or http://routeguides.co.nz)

Unlocked
This hut is unlocked and open to access.
Bookings
No bookings — open access
No — open access
Other
Altitude
400m
Mobile phone coverage
No coverage
Maps
NZTopo50-CB08
Map
ID 16593

About this hut

Added 24 February 2018 by madpommadpom. 1 revision 24 February 2018 by madpommadpom.
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