Wellington Hut

Wellington Hut Built 1890, and rebuilt 1902. The original version was a simple square bark hut, which was much beautified in later years. At one stage it was completely demolished and rebuilt from scratch. Download document on the Wellington Hut Read More …

Fernlea and Fern Grove Huts

The photo of Fernlea hut above shows the hut builders’ great care in beautifying the ornamentation. The photo is from Roy Davies’ collection at WPMT. These two huts (Fernlea and Fern Grove) were situated above the Waterworks and built by Read More …

Clematis Hut

Built 1890’s (probably). The members were mostly tradesmen. There were two different version built at different times. An arson attack destroyed this hut in 1908. Presumably the second version was built after this attack, and it was most likely finally Read More …

Falls Hut

Built 1897, originally one room, then two rooms built on, the first subsequently being used as a toolshed. A two-level bridge was built here in 1901. George Mason, a well-known ranger and builder of the original Richards Monument, was the Read More …

Forest Hut

There were several huts with this name, run by the same group of people. An earlier version of Forest Hut was burned down while occupied, two people narrowly escaped being burned to death. Remains include flat areas, paths, and a rock Read More …