Hut. Serviced Hut (DOC). Capacity: 12.Bookings required. Created 5 November 20185 November 2018.
Historic hut on Ōtamahua / Quail Island near Christchurch. This hut is one of the closest huts to Christchurch city, and a good introduction for young adventurers. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 2. Created 6 April 20176 April 2017.
Historic hut on the shores of Lake Monowai. A new hut is nearby. More ▶︎
Hut. Standard Hut (DOC). Capacity: 6. Updated 22 March 201622 March 2016.
Former musterers' hut oft used by hunters. Now owned and newly renovated by DoC as of Feb 2016. More ▶︎
Hut. Overnight use prohibited (DOC). Created 12 October 201512 October 2015.
Historic musterers' hut, constructed from corrugated iron and weatherboards around 1930. Restricted to day use only. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 8. Created 30 September 201530 September 2015.
8 bunk hut in the head of Ross Creek in the Eyre Mountains. Previously listed in DOCs South Island Backcountry Huts, but now dropped from the official list. The hut, however, remains. A wonderful historic hut framed with hand-split native timber, ... More ▶︎
Hut. Shelter (DOC). Updated 12 April 201512 April 2015.
Historic hut on Tophouse Road, St James Conservation Area. The hut is being managed as a roadside shelter, and is empty of bunks. Two rooms with an open fireplace and new toilet outside. The hut was built by the Hurunui ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 7. Updated 9 December 20179 December 2017.
An historic farming homestead on the Stanley Vale Run, built by Joseph Young about 1866. The hut is built of timber, mud, and horsehair, with two rooms. DOC had been managing the hut as a day shelter, and had emptied ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 2. Updated 31 March 201531 March 2015.
Historic wee windowless hut on small plot of crown land. It must have served as the phone office for about 7 nearby stations. Now on Te Araroa trail on the Braemar Rd and used by the long pathway travelers. Currently only ... More ▶︎
Hut. Standard Hut (DOC). Capacity: 4. Created 1 January 20151 January 2015.
Probably a shepherd's hut or outlying homestead as capacious 2 roomed former house. At some stage it has been cladded in iron over the weatherboards. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (PVT). Capacity: 4. Created 12 November 201412 November 2014.
4 bunks but a bit shabby. No mattresses but has sacks to soften the beds. Open fireplace and currently has coal and kindling unlike Royal Hut which is one and a half kilometres downstream. No need to cross Bush Stream ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (Canterbury Mountaineering Club). Updated 3 April 20173 April 2017.
A tidy historical shelter located on Agony Island near St Winifred Hut. Currently, the hut is great for shelter especially if the Havelock River and Eric stream are up and uncrossable. A cairned track leads up to the hut from ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Created 16 May 201416 May 2014.
Historic iron and timber hut dating from around 1928. Tent Poles Hut was a stop on a pack track for musterers crossing Blind Saddle. More ▶︎
Hut. Private hut (PVT). Capacity: 10. Updated 29 April 201429 April 2014.
Pleasant woodlined musterers' hut with wooden floor and open fireplace owned by Mt Winterslow Station. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 4. Created 15 April 201415 April 2014.
Historic hut thought to date from 1928 on the Seaward Kaikoura Range. This hut is built of poplar slabs over a poplar frame, with an iron roof and chimney that replace the original canvas roof and stone chimney. The original ... More ▶︎
Hut. Overnight use prohibited (DOC). Created 5 April 20145 April 2014.
An historic hut no longer available for accommodation. Warden Hut is nearby. This hut is an iron musterers' hut dating from the 1920s. The hut was built by Bluff Station and used as a depot on the pack track More ▶︎
Hut. Overnight use prohibited (DOC). Created 23 March 201423 March 2014.
Built in 1943, this hut near Bonnie Jean Mine is preserved as an on-site museum. It features an old tractor used to run cables transporting ore. The mine adit is also nearby and flooded with water. It is of course ... More ▶︎
Hut. Derelict hut (DOC). Created 21 March 201421 March 2014.
This old miners' hut is located at the confluence of Wallers Creek with the Buckler Burn. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Updated 24 September 201524 September 2015.
An historic hut named for a notorious 1930s scheelite miner. The hut is clad in flattened steel drums, and contains original fittings, including coal range and bed. The hut was built at the head of Bonnie Jean Stream, but was ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 4. Updated 21 March 201421 March 2014.
Scheelite miners' hut high on Mount McIntosh, dated around 1915. More ▶︎
Hut. Shelter (DOC). Created 10 March 201410 March 2014.
Historic stone hut with an iron roof. It is not available for overnight use. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 3. Created 10 March 201410 March 2014.
A miners' hut dating from the late 1800s and apparently belonging to Robert Duncan, a Bullendale miner at the Phoenix Mine. The hut is corrugated iron over light timber, with a schist fireplace. The hut offers bunks and a bed ... More ▶︎
Hut. Standard Hut (DOC). Capacity: 4. Updated 10 March 201410 March 2014.
Bullendale, or The Reefs, was a goldrush town centred around the Phoenix Mine on Skippers Creek. The town sprang up in the 1860s, and had a population of 107 by 1896. When the mine closed in 1901, the town was ... More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 3. Updated 10 March 201410 March 2014.
Small miner's hut in the Aurum Basin beneath Mount Aurum. The hut appears to be clad in flattened iron drums. Inside, the bunks are framed with cut beech poles. Remains of a mining battery are nearby. More ▶︎
Hut. Basic Hut/Bivvy (DOC). Capacity: 2. Created 10 March 201410 March 2014.
A Depression-era miners' hut, built in the 1930s of iron. The hut is located in Skippers Creek Left Branch, about 600m upstream from Dynamo Hut. More ▶︎
Hut. Standard Hut (DOC). Capacity: 4. Created 10 March 201410 March 2014.
An old musterers' hut on the site of New Zealand's first hydro power scheme. The power plant was built 1886 to drive the thirty-head stamper battery at Bullendale. The hut was built 1917 using remains from the generator shed. The ... More ▶︎
Hut. Shelter (DOC). Updated 12 March 201412 March 2014.
Miners' accomodation associated with the Big River Mine. The cottage and attached "single-man's hut" are derelict. More ▶︎
Hut. Shelter (DOC). Created 9 March 20149 March 2014.
A tiny mustering hut high on Bush Stream. The hut is old, with signatures dating back to 1896. It is described by DOC as "not suitable for accommodation." More ▶︎
Hut. Shelter (DOC). Created 6 March 20146 March 2014.
A restored hut on the Waingaro Pack Track, on the Lockett Range. The hut dated from the 1930s, and is located 60m below the track, with the roof visible from the track. More ▶︎
Hut. Private hut (DOC). Created 4 March 20144 March 2014.
Historic hut unavailable for accommodation. The hut was built 1884 for Poporangi Station, and constructed of pit sawn weatherboards. The hut is named for Jack Ellis, a murderer who holed up there in 1904. This hut is the oldest remaining ... More ▶︎