Historic huts

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Chancellor Hut

This historic hut is located 200m above Fox Glacier on Chancellor Ridge. The bunk room was formally the women's room. Built 1931, this is the oldest New Zealand alpine hut on its original site.   More ▶︎

Sutherlands Hut, Four Peaks Range

Historic stone boundary keepers' hut on the Mowbray River. This hut was commissioned by Charles Tripp for Orari Gorge Station, and constructed around 1867. This hut is on private land, and may be visited on the Four Peaks High Country ...   More ▶︎

Wallers Hut

Historic corrugated iron and beech pole miners' hut in the Whakaari Conservation Area. The hut was built on Wallers Creek in the 1920s and well used in the Second World War when scheelite demand peaked.   More ▶︎
Home Hill Hut

Home Hill Hut

A rustic hut above the old Birchdale Homestead site in the Caples Valley.. Roof has been replaced and new bunks and mattresses have been installed.   More ▶︎

Dog Box Hut

Historic musterers' hut built around 1916 by Fairlight Station. The Autumn muster led up the Mataura River to Beech Hut, then over the range to Dog Box Hut, and back down the Eyre River. Overnight accommodation prohibited.   More ▶︎

Beech Hut

Musterers' hut high on the Mataura River in the Eyre Mountains. Built of beech saplings and corrugated iron around 1905, this is one of Southland's oldest musterers' huts. Note no toilet.   More ▶︎
Deep Creek Hut

Deep Creek Hut

1891 musterers' hut on the Pisa Range. This hut has become public following land tenure review, and has been restored to its original structure. The corrugated iron hut features a stone fireplace, coal range, and boxing graffiti from the early ...   More ▶︎

Inchs' Hut

Rustic beech framed hut with tin cladding and roof built in 1973 I think by Gordon, Harold and one other Inch plus some Kings. I'll check in with Rachael Inch on that. Frequented almost entirely by hunters (and wannabe hunters).   More ▶︎
Candlesticks Bivvy

Candlesticks Bivvy

S86 Biv constructed about 1958 in the headwaters of Bull Creek. In 2016 volunteers from Malvern Branch NZDA repaired, sealed and repainted this biv. A toilet has been supplied and installed and woodshed constructed. Funds to achieve this were provided ...   More ▶︎

Greta Lodge

This old wooden hut was built during the 1930s, and housed workers on the Glen Lyon Road.   More ▶︎

Landing Shed

Coastal hut at Otago Retreat in Preservation Inlet, built 1940. This building originally serviced the Puysegur Point Lighthouse.   More ▶︎
Top Okarito hut

Top Okarito hut

This was a "squatters" hut (illegal structure) dating from the 1950's that has been used by duck shooters, fishermen & black sand goldminers over the years. DOC were making moves to remove this hut but it is now "legal" & ...   More ▶︎
Ballarat Hut

Ballarat Hut

Small corrugated iron hut next to Ballarat Creek, near Mount Aurum.   More ▶︎
Crystal Hut

Crystal Hut

Corrugated iron miners' hut apparently dating from the 1930s near Skippers. The hut is about 2km up Sawyers Creek, at the site of an old battery.   More ▶︎

Horse Flat Hut

An historic iron rabbiters' hut on river flats in the Clarence Reserve. The carved door indicates the hut was built in 1909. Dirt floor and no chimney. Overnight stays prohibited.   More ▶︎

Turnbull's (Big Dam) Hut

A hut built to service the Martins Water Race, which supplied the Big Dam and Round Hill Diggings. The hut is in poor condition.   More ▶︎
Martin's Hut

Martin's Hut

Historic hut on Martins Water Race, which supplied the Big Dam and Round Hill Diggings. Built in 1905 by Fred Mason.   More ▶︎

Hut Creek (Stone) Hut

An historic boundary keeper's hut on Hut Creek near the Otematata River. The stone hut is tidy, and was restored in 2010.   More ▶︎
Monument Hut, Banks Peninsula

Monument Hut, Banks Peninsula

This surprising little hut is a relic of the YHA farm hostel network on Banks Peninsula. The hut was built in 1957 by the Faulkner brothers, who apparently still maintain the hut today. The hut is built on cow country, ...   More ▶︎

East Branch Ahuriri (Quailburn) Hut

This historic beech pole and iron hut was the boundary keeper's hut for Quailburn Station. Later, it served as a musterers' hut, and now it is part of Ahuriri Conservation Park. The hut has earth floor, netting bunks, and an ...   More ▶︎

Hideaway Hut

A musterers' hut of corrugated iron and beech poles, thought to date from the 1890s.   More ▶︎

Ida Railway Hut

A musterers' hut and a railway station conjoined on the high tussock peneplain of the Hawkdun Plateau. This hut was originally the Ida Valley Station on the Otago Central Railway. The station was built 1919 after the original burned down. The ...   More ▶︎

Glen Roy Raceman's Hut

Water raceman's hut in the head of Doolan's Creek. The Welshmen's Water Race was used to supply various goldmining operations near Gibbston.   More ▶︎
Almer Hut

Almer Hut

Located on the top of Franz Josef Glacier, this was the first prefabricated and air-lifted hut in Westland National Park, in 1950. Renovated in 1992 and 1995. Maintenance supported by Franz Josef Glacier Guides.   More ▶︎
Comyns Hut

Comyns Hut

Corrugated iron hut on grassland next to Turtons Stream, south of Lake Coleridge. Constructed in 1957, restored in 2008, and reportedly in good condition. The original hut was built in 1897, and is still standing. Alfred Comyns was a local musterer. ...   More ▶︎
Kea hut

Kea hut

An older but lovingly restored hut in the Mt Robert area of Nelson Lakes National Park. This hut is only a couple of hundred meters from Bushline hut and can be seen from Paddys track which goes close by it. Going ...   More ▶︎

Stone Hut (Canterbury)

This historic hut is constructed of stone and corrugated iron, and located in Forest Creek. The first stone hut on the site was built in the 1880s, with a replacement in the 1900s. The current hut was built of stone ...   More ▶︎
Old Manson Hut (historic)

Old Manson Hut (historic)

A slab-built 1940s hut in the Kaweka Forest park. The historic Manson Hut has been restored to original condition, and is worth a visit. It feaures 4 sacking bunks, and open fire. Walls and framing are of locally sourced timber, ...   More ▶︎

Weka Burnet biv

2 person upright biv as opposed to the dogbox style at junction of Weka and Burnet Streams, not far from the Wilberforce River.   More ▶︎

Cains Camp Musterers' hut

Beech pole framed hut with dirt floor and open fireplace on Lazyman Plateau above the Esk.   More ▶︎
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