The Huts of Mount Wellington
- A timeline for the Musk Hut
- A timeline for the Myrtle Hut (Proctors Road)
- A Timeline for Fern Lea and Fern Grove Huts
- A Timeline for the Fern Retreat Hut
- A timeline for Clematis Hut
- A timeline for the Falls Hut
- A timeline for the Blue Bell and Forest Huts
- A timeline for Myrtle and Grass Tree Huts
- A timeline for Cluster Grove Hut
- A timeline for the Wellington Hut
- A timeline for the Waratah Hut
Other Mount Wellington treasures
- A Timeline for the Licensees of the Fern Tree Hotel
- A Timeline for the Buildings at the Springs, Mt. Wellington
- A Timeline for the Pinnacle, Mt. Wellington
- The Go-As-You-Please race of 1903
- The Historic Exhibition and Rhododendron Gardens, Springs, Mount Wellington
- A brief history of the Waterfalls of Mount Wellington
- The Tea Gardens of Hobart (includes a couple of tea gardens in the Mt. Wellington foothills)
- A brief history of the Ice Houses of kunanyi/Mount Wellington
Other Tasmanian history documents by us, not Mt. Wellington-related:
- The Liverpool Street watch-house
- The Miner’s Dream Mine, Mathinna, Tasmania
- Denison Gorge
- The Fertiliser Factories of Shag and Porters Bay
You can purchase printed copies of these documents by contacting us. We would love to share our information, therefore all of our articles and images on this web site are under the Creative Commons license for non-commercial use. We would appreciate accreditation and links back to this site.
These works by John and Maria Grist are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Documents written by others:
- Exploration and Adventure Diary of walks on Mt Wellington and Bruny Island by H.L. and R.V. Johnston, dated 1927 – 1929. With hand-drawn maps.
- A few little excerpts from the Visitors Book of Fern Lea Hut
- A Romance of Mount Wellington. Short story written by Elsie M. Hornsey and published in The Weekly Courier annual in 1909.