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KHA Newsletter Index

KHA NEWSLETTER CONTENTS INDEX
ISSUES 1 to 140


Find    HUT NAMES      SUBJECT      PUBLICATIONS      POEMS


EXPLANATORY NOTES
The object of this document is to create an index to the contents of all newsletters published by the
Association to enable a search for any published topic.


SUBJECT IDENTIFICATION
SUBJECT listing is topics other than hut names.
HUTS listing is references to a hut name.
PUBLICATIONS listing is details of any publication described and also lists the poems.
Newsletters held in the Association office are bound in numerical and therefore chronological order except for several errors listed below. These errors however do not overly complicate the location of material.
Each reference is identified by a two part numeric or alpha numeric code as follows.
22/6 means the item is to be found in newsletter number 22 on page 6.
Some none newsletter material is sometimes bound between consecutive newsletters. This material includes AGM minutes, membership lists, correspondence, huts lists and the like whether or not the material was actually issued with the preceding newsletter.
17/A means that the item referred to is found in material bound in a position following newsletter 17.
Be aware that items of information can occur multiple times in the text. For instance an item about a hut can be reported in a mid year newsletter then later in the AGM presidents report and perhaps in the HMO
report as well. No attempt has been made to filter these occurrences.


ERRORS
Volume 1 Newsletter 13 appears in two places. The references to 13/A apply to the second position of newsletter 13 which is positioned following newsletter 14.
Volume 1 Newsletter 16 is duplicated after newsletter 18 but references can be used with either version.


INDEX ARRANGEMENT
Section 1 Hut name references.
Section 2 Subject references other than hut names.
Section 3A Book and other publication titles.
Section 3B Poems from the newsletters.

NEWSLETTER DATES
1 October 1970 45 March 1984
2 February 1972 46 July 1984
3 August 1972 47 October 1984
4 February 1973 48 January 1985
5 May 1973 49 April 1985
6 October 1973 50 August 1985
7 February 1974 51 November 1985
8 May 1974 52 February 1986
9 May 1974 53 July 1986
10 September 1974 54 September 1986
11 January 1975 55 November 1986
12 May 1975 56 December 1986
13 October 1975 57 March 1987
14 February 1976 58 July 1987
15 March 1976 59 October 1987
16 July 1976 60 No Date
17 December 1976 61 February 1988
18 March 1977 62 June 1988
19 May 1977 63 No Date
20 July 1977 64 December 1988
21 December 1977 65 March 1989
22 March 1978 66 June 1989
23 April 1978 67 September 1989
24 September 1978 68 December 1989
25 February 1979 69 March 1990
26 May 1979 70 July 1990
27 September 1979 71 November 1990
28 December 1979 72 January 1991
29 March 1980 73 June 1991
30 May 1980 74 August 1991
31 June 1980 75 December 1991
32 September 1980 76 February 1992
33 March 1981 77 Winter 1992
34 June 1981 78 Spring 1992
35 October 1981 79 Summer 1992
36 December 1981 80 Autumn 1993
37 March 1982 81 Winter 1993
38 June 1982 82 Spring/Summer 1993
39 September 1982 83 Autumn 1994
40 December 1982 84 Winter 1994
41 April 1983 85 Spring 1994
42 June 1983 86 Summer 1994/5
43 September 1983 87 Autumn 1995
44 January 1984 88 Winter 1995

89 Spring/Sum. ------ 138 Summer 2007/2008
90 Summer 1995 139 Autumn 2008
91 Autumn 1996 140 Winter 2008
92 Winter 1996
93 Spring 1996
94 Summer 1997
95 Autumn 1997
96 Winter 1997
97 October 1997
98 December 1997
99 February 1998
100 Winter 1998
101 Spring 1998
102 Summer 1998/1999
103 Autumn 1999
104 Winter 1999
105 Spring 1999
106 Summer 1999/2000
107 Autumn 2000
108 Winter 2000
109 Spring 2000
110 Summer 2000/2001
111 Autumn 2001
112 Winter 2001
113 Spring 2001
114 Summer 2001/2002
115 Autumn 2002
116 Winter 2002
117 Spring 2002
118 Summer 2002/2003
119 Autumn 2003
120 Winter 2003
121 Spring 2003
122 Summer 2003/2004
123 Autumn 2004
124 Winter 2004
125 Spring 2004
126 Summer 2004/2005
127 Autumn 2005
128 Winter 2005
129 Spring 2005
130 Summer 2005/2006
131 Autumn 2006
132 Winter 2006
133 Spring 2006
134 Summer 2006/2007
135 Autumn 2007
136 Winter 2007
137 Spring 2007

SECTION 1- HUT NAMES
NOTES :- 1) Most mentions of a hut name are included in this index. The reference is in a newsletter number / page form. Copies of early newsletters are bound in book form and are held in the KHA office. Newsletter number / A means there is a document which is not a newsletter bound after the numbered newsletter and the item is in this document.
2) Because items are often mentioned both in a newsletter and in the following AGM reports there is some duplication of information under different reference numbers.
3) References enclosed in brackets are significant articles while others are references to work party dates or similar minor items of information.
4) In a few instances a hut name has not been referenced in the index. This happens when a hut name appears in an article about something else in the form ….like Boltons hut….   Also in letters to the editor where a hut is mentioned as having been stayed in without any other detail.
5) A small number of huts listed in this index are located outside of the Kosciuszko and Namadgi National Parks.


ACT FOREST 115/3
ADAMS 81/20
ALEXANDERS (128/10)
ALBINA 2/2, 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 5/3, 6/3, 6/8, 7/2, 7/A, 9/A, 13/A, 18/3, 26/A, 27/A, 30/7, 34/3, 34/8, 34/14, 34/18, 37/3, 38/7, 39/2, 40/3, 41/4, 41/6, 42/3, 42/5, 42/9, 42/12, 42/13, 43/1, 46/3, 52/6, 75/2, 79/18, (80/26), 81/20, (109/7), 125/5
ALPINE 1/2, 2/1, 3/2, 4/1, 6/3, 7/2, 9/A, 12/A, 13/A, 17/3, 19/4, 26/A, 27/3, 28/1, (28/2), 30/3, 34/14, 35/A, 50/2, 75/4, 76/21, 81/20, 107/12
ALPINE SAWMILL 43/1
AQUADUCT SHELTER No.2 2/1
ARGENTINE HARRIS 93/8
BENDORA (80/7), 87/9, 95/7
BETTS CAMP 28/1, 77/10, 81/20
BILL JONES 25/4, 34/18, 51/2, 56/5, 58/5, 59/11, (60/1), 61/6, 64/11, 77/18, 101/19, (137/11)
BILLMANS 43/1
BLACK JACK 34/18, 61/6
BOBEYAN H/S 83/21, 84/5, 89/18
BOGGY PLAIN 43/1
BOGONG LODGE 49/12, 58/5
BOLTONS 13/A, 23/A, 34/15, 37/3, 38/7, 38/8, 41/2, 41/5, 42/5, 46/4, 47/6, 53/1, 54/2, 74/8, 78/23, 78/25, 89/9, 95/13, (108/21), 127/15
BOLTONS - DIGGERS CK 79/21
BOLTONS No.1 13/A
BOLTONS No.2 7/1
BOLTONS HILL 23/A, 51/2, 65/6, 67/9, 91/13, 119/3
BOOBEE 9/A, 12/A, 13/A, 19/4, 23/A, 24/3, 26/A, 30/7, 30/15, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 40/3, 42/6, 44/5, 46/5, 49/5, 56/3, 73/5, 76/7, 78/23, 79/3, (80/18), 81/20, (113/14), 119/3
BOONOO (41/5), 43/1

BOTHERAM PLAIN 51/2, 61/6, (79/21), 83/5, 85/17, 106/4, (133/15), (139/6)BRADLEYS 4/1, 38/5, 51/2, 52/1, 56/3, 90/6, 125/3, 128/10
BRAYSHAWS DAVID 25/4, 51/2, 65/3, 73/16, 73/21, 74/22, 74/29, 74/30, 75/20, 75/21, 75/22, 76/24, 77/14, 77/17, 79/4, 79/14, 80/4, (81/14), 81/17, 82/4, 82/15, 83/4, 83/15, 83/16, 83/21, 84/11, 84/12, 87/9, 87/14, 88/3, 91/3, 92/1, 92/8, (92/11), (106/13), 120/13, 122/16, 127/5
BRAYSHAWS ALEX. 83/21
BRAYSHAWS JAMES 83/21
BRAYSHAWS ROY 83/5, 85/17, 103/19, 110/3
BRAYSHAWS TOM 83/21
BROKEN DAM (0LD) 4/1, 12/A, 23/A, 25/5, 26/A, 30/7, 34/15, 35/A, 37/3, 38/9, 38/11, 49/5, 67/9, 73/4, 74/8, 74/27, 75/20, 76/5, 76/7, 78/23, 78/25, 79/3, 80/8, (80/18), 82/15, 84/12, 89/9, 92/8, 93/5, 94/11, 102/1, (102/18), (102/20), (102/24), 103/6, (104/7), (104/12), 104/15, 104/18, 106/4, 106/10, 107/7, (107/10), (108/12), (117/3), 117/7, 121/4, 133/11, 137/15, (138/11)
BROKEN DAM (NEW) 134/10, 136/15, (138/9), 139/8, 139/14
BROOKS 2/1, 2/A, 4/2, 6/3, 7/5, 12/A, 13/A, 23/A, 34/8, 37/3, 38/7, 40/3, 42/6, 44/5, 49/5, 56/3, 78/23, 79/3, 79/15, (80/18), 119/3, (136/9)
BUDDONG 90/5, (90/10)
BULLOCKS 47/6, 48/5, 51/2, 84/10, 88/3, 90/6
BULLS HEAD (80/8), 89/6, 103/6
BURRUNGUBUGGE 69/3, 69/6, 70/7, 73/16, 74/31, 75/22, 76/24, 77/18, 77/24, 78/22, 79/3, 79/5, 79/15, 80/15, 81/15, 85/11, 88/3, 106/3, 107/3, 107/13, (108/6), 113/8, 112/8, 129/5
BUSHFOLD 84/17, 104/8, 121/9, 125/9, 126/4, 127/3
CANYON CAMP 34/14
CASCADE 1/2, 2/1, 4/1, 6/5, 7/2, 13/A, 24/3, 34/15, 37/3, 38/7, 38/8, 42/6, 43/4, 46/5, 47/6, 49/5, 50/3, 53/A, 56/3, 64/6, 71/2, 74/23, 84/11, 84/18, 85/12, 90/6, 99/1, 105/9, 107/18, 122/25
CESJACKS 1/2, 2/2, 4/3, 6/5, 12/A, 15/2, 17/2, 17/3, 19/4, 26/A, 27/3, 35/A, 40/3, 42/1, 56/3, 57/2, 58/5, 75/20, 76/20, 78/23, 82/15, 87/11, 92/8, 95/13, 103/1, 103/19, 104/15, 105/16, 130/3, 131/3
CHALET 28/1
CHARLIE CARTERS 34/15, 37/3, 38/7, 38/8, 42/6, 47/6, 53/A, 60/4, 96/9
CHERRY GARDENS (78/12), (81/8), 83/3, 85/3, 87/7, (93/8)
CIRCUITS 14/3, 25/4, 34/15, 47/4, 47/6, 48/3, 67/9, 71/10, 75/20, 78/23, 78/25, 82/15, 87/11, 96/9, 101/20, 103/19, 105/15
CLEVE COLE 102/10
CONSTANCES 2/1, 4/1, 6/5, 7/2, 12/A, 13/A, 17/3, 19/4, 19/6, 23/1, 23/A, 26/A, 35/A, 37/2, 38/8, 41/1, 41/2, (41/3), 42/5, 42/6, 42/7, 42/9, 42/12, 43/1, 46/2, 50/2, 51/2, 52/2, 53/1, 53/A, 63/4, 81/20, 85/9, 85/11, 135/12
COOINBIL 24/3, 38/5, 38/7, 40/4, 41/5, 42/5, 56/4, 61/5, (61/8), 62/5, 62/6, 63/9, 65/6, (71/14), (73/8), 73/16, 74/29, 75/16, 75/22, 76/24, 77/14, 77/15, 81/17, (82/20), 83/3, 83/8, (84/4), 84/10, 85/3, (85/6), 85/16, (92/14), 105/16, (121/15), 132/13
COOLAMINE 23/A, 24/3, 25/2, 26/A, 27/A, 30/8, 34/9, 34/15, 35/A, 38/8, 39/2, 40/4, 41/5, 42/7, 42/13, 43/4, 45/2, 46/12, 47/6, 48/9, 56/5, 76/7, 76/10, 77/25, 78/23, 83/3, 83/6, 83/8, 84/10, 85/3, 85/8, 87/7, 98/4, 125/3, 126/4, 127/3, 128/8, 130/4, 133/7, 133/8, (138/19)
COOL PLAIN See Ogilvies.
COOTAPATAMBA 2/2, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 41/4, 42/5, 48/3, 49/5, 64/7, 73/17, 78/23, 85/16, 102/4, (109/7), 125/3, 126/3, 131/4
COTTER 68/7, 81/20
COTTER No.1 86/21, 103/18
COTTER No.2 103/22
COTTERILLS 80/4, 81/20, 82/15, (83/9), 84/10, (105/11)
COWOMBAT 127/9
CRACES 74/28, 113/12
CRAIGS 81/25
CRAWFORDS (87/11)
CROCKETS 74/27
CSIRO 126/16, 130/3, 131/20, 134/15, (135/20)
CUMBERLAND BOARDING HOUSE 116/13
CUMBERLAND (DUNNS) MILL 116/13
CUMBERLAND SHANTY 116/13
CURRANGO 47/6, 56/3, 56/4, (66/3), 75/14, 77/12, 77/25, 79/4, 79/14, 80/4, 81/20, 82/17, (82/21), 83/3, 84/10, 85/3, 85/8, 87/9, 88/5, (105/8), 124/21, 131/17
DAVEYS 17/3, 28/4, 34/5, 34/15, 36/2, 38/7, 42/7, 45/2, 47/2, 47/6, 48/2, (48/5), 49/5, 50/3, 51/3, 53/A, 60/4, 64/6, 74/15, 74/29, 75/12, 75/16, 75/20, 76/19, (77/11), 77/13, 78/10, 78/21, 78/24, 78/26, 79/5, 79/15, 79/21, 80/11, (80/13), (80/15), 81/7, 81/15, 81/16, 82/15, 82/16, 83/15, 84/10, 84/11, 84/19, (86/12), 87/9, (87/15), 88/3, (88/15), 89/16, (94/12), 95/13, (96/6), 96/9, 98/14, 101/19, 103/17, 104/10, 105/14, 106/4, (106/19), 107/12, 108/13, 116/10, 123/15, 131/3, 132/10, 135/9, (139/5)
DEAD HORSE GAP 78/20, 81/20, 98/13
DELANEYS 2/1, 4/1, 4/3, 9/A, 12/A, 14/3, 35/A, 38/5, 38/7, 38/8, 40/4, 41/5, 42/5, 43/2, 43/6, 45/2, 46/4, (46/7), 47/7, 51/2, 56/4, 100/15, 101/1, 119/3, (119/11)
DEMANDERING 65/3, 74/22, 74/28, 84/12, 87/9, 95/7, (100/24), 101/19
DERRICK 102/10
DERSCHKOS 2/2, 4/1, 34/14, 34/18, 35/A, 51/2, 61/6, 77/14, 79/3, 79/4, (79/6), 79/14, 79/15, 81/15, 81/17, 103/19, 123/8
DIAMOND HILL 46/5
DIANNE 34/14, 34/18, 51/2, 56/3, 61/6, 77/14, 78/14, 79/6, 85/17, 88/3, (89/12), 101/19, 102/6, 107/15, 111/13, 116/7, 119/4
DIBBINS 102/10
DICK EAMES D/OUT (77/11), 127/16
DICKY COOPER 81/20
DISAPPOINTMENT SPUR 4/1, 6/3, 9/A, 42/6, 46/5, 47/4, 51/2, 52/1, 54/1, 55/2, (57/2), 64/6, 81/3, 104/15, 105/14, 105/16, 130/4, 131/4, 135/7
DOCTOR FORBES (80/19), 85/17, 88/5, 112/8, 115/9, 117/9, 119/5, 123/6, 124/5, 124/20
DOCTORS 14/3, 107/19, (108/14), 109/9, 109/10, 110/1, 110/3, 115/9, 119/21, 121/4, 121/11, 122/4, 122/13, 122/16, 124/20126/3, 126/9
DOCTOR PHILLIPS 57/6, 58/5
DOSSIE CARRS 75/9
ELAINE MINE 74/27, 76/5, 81/12, 89/9, 94/11, 103/6, 137/16
EMPRESS MINE (89/14)
EUCALYPTUS CUTTERS CAMP (85/19)
EUCUMBENE LOOKOUT 34/18, 35/A, 43/1, 44/4, 81/20
EUCUMBENE PORTAL 34/18, 43/1
FARM RIDGE 43/1, 81/20, 88/6, 124/4, 137/14
FIFTEEN MILE SPUR 81/15, 82/5, 82/15, 83/5, 85/7, 86/4, 87/4, 103/19, 105/15, 120/13
FITZGERALDS 76/22
FOREMAN 73/4, 75/3, 132/14
FORESTERS 63/3, 74/22, 78/25
FOUR MILE 2/1, 4/1, 20/A, 23/4, 24/3, 26/A, 34/15, 35/A, 38/5, 38/11, 46/5, 51/2, 74/8, 74/27, 74/29, 75/6, 75/16, 76/4, 78/23, 82/5, 83/15, (89/9), 91/21, 92/8, 94/11, 96/9, 97/5, 98/3, 99/5, 101/19, 102/3, 103/3, 103/19, 104/15, 105/15, 110/15, 120/12, (121/24), 123/8, 126/8, 127/3
FRANKLIN CHALET 73/9, 74/22, 78/25, 80/3, (80/6), 81/5, 81/25, 83/3, 87/9, 88/21, 91/3, 96/3
FRANKLIN SHELTER 138/16
FRANKS 63/3, 74/22, 74/28, 74/30, 78/25, 87/9, 95/7, 96/8, 115/3, 120/13, 121/14
FRED BERNHARTS 74/27
FREEBODYS 43/1, 74/11, 78/17, 81/20
GAVELS 14/3, 25/4, 26/A, 34/15, 37/3, 38/7, 42/5, 47/6, 53/1, 72/6, 82/15, 85/17, (85/18), 101/15, 103/19, 110/3, 116/9, 118/12, 122/4, 124/13, 125/3, 126/3, 131/15
GEEHI 6/3, 7/A, 14/1, 35/A, 42/6, 77/17, (80/19), 119/4, 122/15, 122/16, 123/11, 124/20, 126/9, 132/13
GLENNIES 74/27, 76/5, 89/9, 108/7
GLOVERS 111/6
GOOANDRA 34/15, 47/6, 51/263/11, 73/26, 74/29, 75/9, 75/16, 75/20, 75/22, 76/24, 78/22, 79/4, 80/4, 81/17, 82/4, 82/15, 83/4, 83/8, 83/15, (83/26), 84/10, 84/11, 85/7, (85/14), 86/5, 87/4, 88/3, 88/5, 90/3, 91/3, 94/3, 95/1, 95/4, 95/7, 96/8, (97/6), (97/13), 101/19, 103/19, 104/15, 104/18, 105/15, 105/16, 110/3, 112/8, 118/12, 120/11, (133/5), 137/17
GREGORYS ORRORAL 76/22
GREY 75/6
GREY HILL CAFE 4/1, 17/3, 19/A, 23/A, 48/3, 75/20, 79/3, (80/19), 88/3, 101/15, 113/15, 119/4
GREENFIELDS 74/22
GREY MARE 1/2, 2/1, 2/A, 4/3, 4/4, 6/3, 11/3, 17/3, 19/4, 26/A, 34/8, 34/15, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 41/5, 42/6, 46/4, 47/6, 47/8, 53/1, 59/5, 64/6, 69/6, 75/12, 75/16, 76/14, 76/18, 76/20, 78/23, 79/3, (80/19), 81/7, 81/15, 84/11, 88/3, 93/2, 95/13, 105/14, 105/16, 123/8, 126/6, 128/7
GUDGENBY 64/10, 65/10, 73/16, 81/18, 81/26, 106/21, 111/16, 113/13, 119/18
GUDGENBY READY CUT 124/3, 125/3, 125/4, (129/23), 130/3, 130/4, 131/4, 133/7, 138/19, 139/8
HAINS 1/2, 2/2, 6/4, 35/A, 42/5, 75/9, (81/6), 85/10, 123/12
HAINSWORTH 51/2, 52/2, 82/17, 98/4, 99/3, (99/8), 101/19, 122/4, 126/4, 127/3
HAPPYS 4/1, 4/2, 12/A, 13/A, 19/4, 23/A, 26/A, 30/15, 34/8, 35/A, (48/4), 73/4, 73/16, 75/20, 78/23, 78/25, 80/8, 82/15, 84/12, 94/3, 95/3, 97/2, 97/5, 98/3, 100/3, 101/19, 102/3, 103/19, 104/15, 104/18, 105/15, 110/3, 115/9, 117/8, 118/12, 120/12, 122/4, 125/3, 126/3, 130/3
HAPPY JACKS PLAIN No.3 4/1, 13/A, 16/A, 61/6
HAPPY JACKS PLAIN No.4 4/1, 16/A
HAPPY JACKS PLAIN No.3/4 17/3, 19/4, 23/A, 34/14, 34/18, 46/5, 83/5, 85/17, 89/12, 115/9, 119/3, 119/4
HARRIS 6/5, 13/A, 34/15, 47/6, 49/5, 74/29, 75/16, 75/20, 76/24, 77/15, 77/17, 79/15, 81/17, 83/3, 85/3, 87/7, 91/1, (91/14), 92/8, (93/10)
HARVEYS 17/3, 19/4, 19/6, 70/2, 71/7, 101/15, 107/1
HARVEYS BROKEN DRAY 79/21
HARVEYS No.1 17/3, 43/1
HEDGERS 12/A, 19/4, 27/3, 37/3, 38/5, 43/1, 52/2
HOLSTONS 43/1
HONEYMOON 43/1
HORSE CAMP 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/4, 6/4, 26/A, 42/6, 44/4, 52/1, 53/1, 56/3, 69/6, 82/15, 88/3, (91/16), 103/19
HORSE GULLY 65/3, 74/22, 87/9, (90/8), 95/7
HOSPITAL CREEK 73/9, 74/22, 76/2, 78/25, 81/4, 83/16, 84/11, 87/9, 95/7, (99/10), 130/7, 132/15
IBIS 2/2, 4/1, 16/A, 40/3, 43/1
ILLAWONG 34/14, 39/2, 74/8, 75/3, 76/7, 84/18, (95/9), 123/8
INGEEGOODBEE 34/18, 35/A, 61/6, (121/25)
JEMMETTS 112/6
JOUNAMA H/S 43/1, 47/6, 81/20, 83/8, 84/10, 94/9, 116/13, 119/5, 132/13
KEEBLES 6/9, 14/3, 42/6, 51/2, 88/5, 104/3, 110/3, (112/4), 115/9, 117/9, 118/10, 119/21, 122/16
KELLS 34/15, 42/6, 51/2, 52/2, 74/29, 75/20, 78/9, 82/6, (84/4), 85/7, 85/17, 87/4, 90/3, 92/8, (93/20), 106/3, 107/3, 118/12
KELLYS 47/6
KIANDRA (59/7), (81/7)
KIANDRA OLD CAMP 87/19, 94/11
KIDMANS 4/1, 6/5, 30/7, 34/15, 35/A, 38/7, (44/2), 47/4, 47/6, 48/3, (49/2), 51/2, 75/20, 78/25, 79/3, 82/15, 87/11, (87/17), 88/3, 92/8, 107/12, 110/9, 112/8, (115/12), 119/5, 122/4, 123/14, 126/10, 130/3, 131/9
KINGS MINE (83/10), 87/9
KOSCIUSKO HOTEL 28/1, (97/12)
KOWANS (91/18)
KUNAMA 34/14, 40/3, 84/18
La ROSA 116/13
LEES CREEK SAWMILL 97/12
LEURA 81/20, 83/17, 84/25
LINESMANS No.3 4/1
LINESMANS (peppercorn) 46/5
LITTLE THREDBO (48/5)
LITTLE PEPPERCORN 81/21
LONG PLAIN 2/2, 4/1, 6/5, 7/A, 9/A, 16/A, 35/A, 38/5, 46/3, 51/2, 56/5, 62/5, 73/16, 74/29, 75/16, 75/20, 78/23, 82/17, 83/18, 84/18, 84/26, 90/4, 101/15, 103/17, 103/19, 104/15, 104/18, 105/15
LORNA DOONE 74/27, 94/11
LUTONS CRUTCH. SD. 84/12, (114/15), 115/3, 120/13, 126/3
MACKEYS 2/2, 3/2, 42/6, 46/4, 46/5, 51/2, 73/4, 79/15, 101/19, 102/3, 102/6, 102/26, 103/3, 103/19, 104/15, 110/3
MACKS 87/6
MAJOR CLEWS 43/1, 51/2, (53/3), 83/5, 85/16, 85/17, 106/3, 107/3, (108/10), 109/10, 110/3, 115/10, 117/9, 118/10, 119/21, 122/16, 124/20, 137/9
MARAMBEGO 34/18, 35/A, 51/2
MASON MORAINE SHELTER 132/4, 133/9
MATHEWS COTTAGE 88/5, (92/10), 101/20, 109/1, (109/8)
MAWSONS 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/1, 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 6/4, 6/9, 16/A, 17/3, 19/4, 23/6, 23/A, 35/A, 38/7, 40/5, 41/2, 41/4, 41/6, 42/5, 42/6, 42/7, 43/1, 46/3, 46/5, 50/3, 51/3, 52/2, 53/1, 53/A, 57/3, 58/6, 64/6, 69/5, 73/5, 74/8, 75/4, 75/20, 76/4, 76/17, 76/19, 78/25, 79/3, 80/8, 80/13, 81/15, 82/5, 82/15, 82/16, 83/15, (83/19), 84/10, 84/11, 84/12, 88/3, 89/16, 95/13, 100/23, 101/19, 103/19, 105/14, 113/12, 115/9, 123/8, 124/12
MAX & BERTS 76/2, 81/4, 83/16, 86/5, 87/4, 87/14, 88/3, 88/9, 91/11, 95/3, 95/7, (96/7), 96/8, 101/19
McGUFFICKS 13/A, 15/2, 16/A, 34/8, 35/A, 50/2, 53/A, 64/7, 69/6, 74/29, 75/6, 75/16, 75/20, 77/17, 77/25, 83/5, 84/10, 84/11
MELVILLES MILL 116/13
MERAMBO 61/6
MILLERS 62/5, 75/16, 75/20, 77/22, 83/18, 84/18, 94/3, 95/3, 99/3, 101/19, 105/15, 127/3, 130/9
MONTAGUES 34/18, 35/A, 51/2, 53/7, 81/20
MOULDS 17/3, 18/3, 19/1, 19/4, 19/6, 19/A, 22/2, 23/3, 43/1, 81/20
NAPTHALIS 81/20, 107/12, (110/8), 111/12
NEW 18/3, 51/2
NEW CROWS 25/4
NINE MILE 81/20, 137/16
OGILVIES 4/1, 24/3, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 52/2, 62/6, 81/20
O’KEEFES 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/3, 6/4, 9/A, 12/A, 19/4, 23/A, 26/A, 30/15, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 42/6, 44/4, 45/2, (45/8), 46/5, 57/2, (57/4), 58/5, 73/4, 79/3, (80/8), 81/17, 82/15, 86/16, 87/11, 92/8, 99/3, (100/25), 101/19, 102/3, 103/3, 104/15, 106/3, 107/3, 110/3, 119/4
OLD BETTS CAMP 72/5, 123/7, 127/19
OLD CURRANGO 24/3, 25/4, 34/15, 44/2, 47/6, 51/2, 53/A, 55/2, 56/5, 57/2, 58/5, 63/9, 67/9, 67/10, 72/12, 73/16, 78/23, 81/17, 82/17, 83/3, 85/3, 87/7, 93/14, 97/1, 98/4, 99/3, 110/3, 125/3, 125/4, 125/9, 129/7
OLD GEEHI 40/3, 47/4, 48/3, 51/2, 52/2, (57/3), (58/6), (59/5), 82/15, 83/15, 85/17, 88/5, 104/15, (107/15), 110/3, 112/8, 115/9, 117/9, 118/10, 119/5, 122/15, 122/16, 124/6, 124/20
OLD GEEHI CAMP 16/A
OLDFIEDS 2/2, 4/1, 6/4, 13/A, 14/3, 34/15, (47/2), 47/6, 48/1, 49/4, 52/9, 53/A, 55/2, 56/4, (57/2), 58/5, 62/5, 65/8, 68/5, 73/16, 74/28, 76/3, 76/25, 77/17, 81/17, 82/6, 82/17, 83/15, 90/3, 96/8, 96/9, (96/10), 98/4, 101/19, 101/20, 102/3, 103/19, 104/15, 120/12, 126/3, 127/3, 130/4
OLDFIELDS No.2 71/10, (81/11), 84/12, 84/18, 101/19, 105/15, 115/25
OLD GREY MARE 81/20
OLD PRETTY PLAIN 75/11
OLSENS LOOKOUT 119/5, 124/20
OPERA HOUSE 45/6, 115/9, 119/4, 124/20, 126/9
ORANGE See DIANNE
ORRORAL 73/16, 74/31, 75/6, 75/22, 77/14, 77/17, 78/25, 87/9, 94/7, 95/7
PADDYS RIVER 102/14
PATONS 34/18, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 40/4, 42/6, (46/5), 61/6, 75/12, 76/14, 78/23, 83/5, 97/5, 99/3, 101/15, 103/17, 104/15, 105/14, 105/16, 110/3, 111/15, 112/8, 119/4, 138/15, 139/10
PATTINSONS (100/30)
PEDENS 14/3, 25/4, 51/2, 61/8, 63/10, 71/10, 82/15, 83/5, 85/17, 87/11, 91/3, 92/8, 96/8, 96/9, 101/20, 103/19
PEPPERCORN 4/1, 12/A, 43/1, 81/20, 83/8, 87/21
PERISHER 74/6, 81/20, 84/18
PETHERS 81/20, 83/8
PIG GULLY 34/15, 81/20
PINCH RIVER 4/1, 4/4, 6/3, 6/5, 43/1
PLONKEYS 41/4, 42/5, 48/3, 49/5, 53/1, 78/9, 83/5
POCKETS 4/1, 6/5, 9/A, 16/A, 25/4, 34/15, 41/5, 42/6, (43/2), (44/2), (47/2), 48/2, (48/7), 49/4, 51/3, 52/2, (52/4), 53/A, 55/2, 56/3, 56/4, 58/5, 74/6, 77/25, 82/17, 83/3, 85/3, 87/7, 96/9, 105/15, 122/4
POTTERS 70/4, 73/16, 74/22
PRETTY PLAIN 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/3, 6/4, 13/A, 23/A, 26/A, 33/1, 34/5, 34/7, 34/15, 35/A, 37/3, 40/3, 46/2, 47/4, 47/6, 48/2, 49/5, 74/15, 74/29, 74/31, 75/12, 75/16, 75/20, 75/22, 76/14, 76/24, (77/4), (77/12), 77/15, 77/17, (78/4), 78/23, 78/24, 79/3, 90/6, 93/22, 101/15, 103/17, 104/15, 112/7, 116/14, 119/4, 138/15
PRETTY JIMMYS 79/22
PROSSES 116/13
PROWSES 115/21
PRYORS 73/9, 74/22, 78/25, 80/3, (80/7), (80/8), 81/5, 83/3, 87/9, 95/7, 102/15
PUGALISTIC 53/A, 74/6, 75/20, 88/6, 106/3, 119/3
RAVINE HOTEL 82/15
RAWSON 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/3, 6/4, 17/3, 18/3, 19/4, 19/A, 26/A, 27/3, 34/14, 34/18, 35/A, 37/3, 39/2, 40/3, 41/1, 41/6, 42/3, 42/5, 42/15, 43/1, 81/20
RED 84/18
REIDS 127/15
RENDEZVOUS CREEK 74/22, 74/30, 76/2, 81/4, 83/16, 84/11, 87/9, 88/3, 95/7, (121/10), 121/13
ROPERS 102/10
RMC DUNTROON 73/9, 74/22
ROCK CREEK 74/6
ROSES 4/1
ROUND MOUNTAIN 2/2, 3/2, 4/1, 6/4, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 42/6, 47/6, 75/20, 78/23, 78/25, 79/14, 79/15, 80/8, 82/15, 83/5, 84/12, 125/3, 126/3, 128/10, 132/13
ROWLEYS ORRORAL 65/3, 73/16, 76/2, 76/10, 76/24, 77/14, 77/17, 78/3, 78/25, (80/16), 81/11, 81/17, 83/17, (83/18), (85/4), (85/5), 85/9
RUGMANS 118/12
RULES POINT 81/20, 83/8, 85/16
RUTLEDGES 2/2, 4/1, 6/4, 6/5, 16/A, 51/2, 53/2, 53/A, 81/20
RYRIES 74/6
SANDY CREEK 51/2, 61/6
SAWYERS (121/17)
SCHOFIELDS 25/4, 38/7, 47/4, 48/3, 52/1, 53/1, 55/2, 56/3, 73/16, 75/22, 76/24, 83/5, 103/2, 117/8, 122/4, 132/13
SEAMANS 2/2, 34/8, 34/15, 47/6, 58/5, 73/17, 74/4, 74/29, 74/31, 75/3, 75/10, 75/16, 75/20, 75/22, 76/24, 77/15, 78/14, 78/23, 81/15, 81/20, 82/4, 82/15, 83/4, 84/10, 84/11, 84/18, (84/23), 85/7, 88/3, 90/6, 100/1, 123/7, 137/21, 138/7
SCHLINK HILTON 2/2, 34/18, 35/A, 43/1, 46/5, 47/4, 50/2, 56/3, 61/6, 72/11, 75/19, 84/10, 88/3, 102/6, 103/19, 104/15, 105/14, 107/15, 111/13, 112/14, 116/7, (116/16), 123/16, 129/13, 131/4, 137/8
SHEEP STATION 2/2, 4/1
SLALOM 78/25, (80/7)
SLAUGHTER HOUSE 51/2, 61/6
SOIL CONSERVATION No.1 (DR PHILLIPS) 4/1, 34/14, 34/18, 46/5, 50/2, 51/2, 52/6, 53/A, 56/3, 81/20
SOIL CONSERVATION 17/2, 34/14, 34/18, 40/3, 41/1, 41/6, 42/5, 43/1, 81/20
SPENCERS 43/1, 61/1, 77/25, 81/20, 83/3, 85/3
SPENCERS CK WS (89/9)
SPENCERS PEAK 4/1, 12/A, 13/A
SPICERS 34/18, 35/A, 42/5, 43/1, 61/6
SPOTTSWOODS 73/9
STILWELL 12/A, 13/3, 13/A, 15/2, 17/3, 19/A, 26/A, 34/14, 40/3, 74/31, 80/5, 81/20, 137/15
STOCKWHIP 34/18, 35/A, 51/2, 61/6, 75/17, 78/14, 81/4, 81/13, 81/15, 83/5, 83/16, 85/12, 119/5
STOCKYARD CREEK (80/8)
STUDLANDS 43/1
TABLE TOP 76/5, 81/20
TANTANGARA (HARVEYS No.2) 6/5, 23/A, 50/2, 86/5, 87/4, 101/23, 103/3, 103/17, 103/19, 104/15, 105/15, 106/3, 122/4
TEDS (PAUPONG) 85/3
TED OLDFIELDS 63/11, 81/20
TEDDYS 129/5, 132/12, 136/7, 138/14
TENNENT (78/11), 82/25, 87/9, 95/7, 109/13
THATCHERS MT. CK. 51/2
THE HOLE HUT 81/22
THREE MILE CAMP 83/13
TIBEAUDO 6/4
TIN 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/3, 6/4, 7/A, 11/3, 12/A, 19/4, 23/A, 26/A, 34/8, 34/15, 37/3, 41/5, 42/6, 45/2, 46/5, 47/6, 49/5, 53/1, 54/1, 55/2, 56/3, 58/6, 64/6, 74/8, 75/4, 76/7, 76/19, 78/22, 78/23, 79/12, 79/15, 79/18, 80/15, 81/15, 88/3, (89/13), 94/13, 95/13, 96/1, 98/1, 101/19, 105/14, 113/12, 124/14, 131/3
TIN MINE 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/2, 4/4, 6/4, 7/1, 34/5, 34/15, 36/1, 37/3, 38/8, 43/1, 52/2, 54/2, 56/3, 60/4, 64/6, 70/9, 73/16, (74/23), 78/17, 78/23, (80/20), 81/13, 84/10, 84/11, 85/8, 85/9, 85/11, 85/12, 90/6, 93/23, 97/4, 104/15, 105/9, 105/16, (110/18)
TIN MINE SMC 34/18
TIN MINE G.S. 81/13
TOLBAR 43/1, 85/9, 95/13, 127/15
TOWNSENDS 14/3, 51/2, 61/8, 63/10, 71/10, 74/6, 83/5, 99/3, 101/19, 103/19, 104/15, 105/15, 105/16, 116/6
TRACES See CRACES
TUT 113/13
TYRELLS 81/20, 122/16
VALENTINE 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 3/2, 4/3, 4/4, 6/4, 7/2, 7/A, 12/A, 13/A, 26/A, 35/A, 38/7, 40/4, 40/5, 41/2, 41/5, 41/6, 42/5, 42/7, 44/4, 45/2, (45/6), 46/3, 51/2, 58/6, (59/4), (62/5), 64/6, 69/6, 73/4, 81/15, 82/15, 84/10, 84/11, 86/17, 88/3, 101/19, 104/15, 105/14, (113/15), 126/4, 129/8, 130/4, 132/5, 132/13, 136/4
VENABLES 131/18, 132/13
VERANDAH CAMP 45/6, 119/5
VICKERYS 24/3, 34/15, 42/5, 47/6, 51/2, 52/2, 53/1, 53/A, 56/3, 60/5, 62/5, (63/8), 67/9, 75/22, 76/24, 78/23, 81/17, 99/5, 106/3, 120/12, 121/12, 122/4
WALLACES 79/21, 90/14
WATER HOLE 65/3, 84/12, 95/7, 105/16, 106/3, (106/13), 120/13, 122/4, 122/16, 125/3, 126/3, 127/5, 127/10, (129/6), 130/8
WERES CAMP 42/5, 43/1
WESTERMANS 65/3, 73/16, 73/21, 74/22, 74/29, 74/30, 75/20, 75/22, 84/12, 85/9, (87/5), 87/9, 87/14, 88/3, 90/3, 91/3, 94/3, 95/3, 95/4, 96/3, 96/8, 97/5, (97/10), 98/3, 99/3, (100/22), 101/3, 101/19, 101/20, 102/3, (102/17), 103/3, 103/16, 103/19, 104/1, (104/14), 104/15, 105/14, 105/16, (106/13), 107/3, 107/4, 107/19, 109/9, 127/5
WESTON (108/8)
WHEELERS 2/2, 4/1, 6/5, 9/A, 12/A, 19/4, 28/5, 33/1, 34/2, 34/7, 34/15, 35/A, 38/7, 38/9, 43/4, (44/4), 45/2, (45/4), 46/5, (46/12) , 47/6, (51/4), 67/9, 74/7, 74/29, 75/6, 75/12, 75/16, 75/20, 76/14, 77/15, 81/17, 82/17, 85/16, 88/3, 88/8, 94/3, 95/3, 95/4, 96/8, 96/9, 97/5, 98/3, 99/3, 101/19, 102/3, 104/15, 105/14, 106/3, 107/3, 112/8, 116/8, (123/10), 124/11, 130/4, 131/4, 132/13
WHITES RIVER 1/2, 2/2, 2/A, 4/3, 6/4, 9/A, 11/3, 12/A, 13/A, 16/A, 19/4, 39/5, 40/1, 40/6, 41/6, 42/5, 42/7, 46/3, (46/4), 46/5, 47/4, 48/3, 49/11, 51/1, 51/2, 52/1, 52/3, 53/1, 53/A, 56/3, (62/5), 69/5, 73/4, 74/8, 75/4, 75/16, 78/14, 78/23, 79/18, 80/15, 81/15, 81/20, 82/13, 84/18, 88/3, 91/21, 96/9, (99/7), 103/19, 104/4, 104/15, 105/14, 105/16, 112/8, (115/10), 130/3, 130/4, 131/3
WINDY CREEK 1/2, 2/2, 4/1, 6/4, 7/A, 11/3, 12/A, 13/A, 15/2, 16/1, 16/A, 17/2, 17/3, 18/3, 22/2, 43/1, 81/20
WITSES 23/A, 24/4, 26/A, 34/15, 35/A, 37/3, 38/7, 38/9, (43/7), 47/6, 56/3, (73/2), 78/23, 92/15, 94/1, (94/10), 95/7, (95/14), 96/8, 96/9, 97/5, 98/3, 98/4, (99/12), 101/19, 105/1, 107/19
WRAGGES OBS. 82/9, (102/12), 123/7
YANS STORE 34/15, 35/1, 39/3, 43/1, 81/20
YELLOW BOG No.1 34/18, 43/1, 61/6
YELLOW BOG No.2 34/18, 51/2, 61/6

SECTION 2 - SUBJECT NAMES
Adzing 49/6, 127/13
Antarctic huts 97/7
Audrey Maxwell 101/22
Baked apple recipe 90/5
Bob Story 103/4, 103/24
Bracing Huts 85/17
Brumbies 86/12
Bush Tools 84/3, 84/6, 85/8, 86/6
Caretaker List 2/2, 2/A, 4/1, 6/5, 7/4, 12/A, 13/A, 15/A, 19/4, 23/A, 26/A
Caretakers - notes for 1/A, 2/A, 10/A
Charlie Carter 74/10, 75/7, 77/13, 78/13, 78/17, 79/11
Charlotte Willis 93/11, 94/13
Christmas cake recipe 89/7
Cobb and Co Hitch 47/5, 71/16
Conservation studies 75/15
Exploring the mountains of Tasmania 67/6
Fishing Flies 87/8
Flies 91/16
Frances Dunn 80/23
General meeting 2/A, 9/A
Gauging Stations 82/22, 83/7, 84/17
Giardia 76/27
Handles - Coming to grips with 50/5
Herbert Oldfield 97/9
HMO - role of 1/1
Hugh Read 93/14
Hut code 89/7, 90/6, 91/12
Hut - Classifications 18/A, 22/A, 29/A
Hut experience 100/9
Hut Film 19/6, 22/6, 23/4, 24/4, 25/5, 26/A, 27/2, 28/3, 30/2
Hut maintenance pre KHA 1/1
Hut maintenance 2/1, 2/A, 4/A, 11/2, 25/4, 42/1, 56/4
Hut maintenance reports 1/2
Hut policy 1/A, 2/1, 2/A, 19/A, 22/A, 23/3, 24/2, 24/A, 25/3, 26/A, 29/A, 31/3, 32/1
Hut - Use of 21/1, 22/3
Huts Book 23/5
Huts in Danger 31/3
Huts List 1/A, 2/3, 3/1, 3/A, 4/4, 9/A, 16/3, 48/A, 82/14
Huts – replacement of 102/20, 103/8
Huts of Antarctica 97/7
Igloos and snow caves 11/2, 12/1, 13/1, 14/4, 16/2, 17/5, 27/2, 30/3, 32/4, 53/6, 55/6, 88/11
Illawong rescue 95/9

Jack Bolton 98/14
Jacks 86/15
Judas pig program 94/5
KHA - Constitution 9/A, 23/2, 29/2, 80/14, 81/14, 81/15, 81/19, 99/6, 100/8, 101/20
KHA - formation of 1/1, 73/18
KHA - future plans 2/3, 15/2
KHA - history 91/6, 112/15
KHA History by Neville Gare 73/18
KHA – memories and recollections 100/-
KHA - role of 1/1
Kiandra archaeology 100/28.100/29
Kiandra downhill 130th 74/20
Kiandra goldfields 76/4, 79/13, 88/16
Kiandra - Kosciusko traverse (17/2), 93/14
Kiandra Snow Shoe club 80/8
KNP - draft plan of management 5/A, 6/6, 12/A, 33/1, 34/1, 34/13, 35/3, 43/5, 46/8
KNP 50th Anniversary 84/20
Kosciusko first winter ascent 95/13, 108/6
Kosciusko 1862 111/7
Kosciusko Trip - 1906 82/8
Kosciusko and Wilderness values (24/A)
Kosciuszko 102/16
Kosciusko Snow Express 118/14
Lightning Strikes 76/11
Linsey Pryor 102/15
London Bridge 88/10
Membersip List 1/A, 3/A, 4/5, 5/2, 5/5, 6/9, 14/1
Membership survey 95/11
Minimal impact in the bush 79/16
Monaro huts 93/7
Mount Kosciusko by Alan EJ Andrews FRAHS 108/6
Mulled wine 100/27, 123/20
Mystery Shelter - Charlottes Pass 77/13
Nansen Sledge 80/26
Outward Bound 98/10
Owl Poisoning 116/17
Paddy Pallin Map 82/7, 88/18
Paddy Pallin Memorial Crossing 73/7
Perisher Nordic Shelter 23/3, 26/A
Photographic Competition 21/5, 22/6, 24/3, 26/A
Photographic Exhibition 26/1, 26/A, 27/3, 28/5
Plum duff recipe 74/27
Pygmy Possum 84/16
Rabbits 99/9
Rats 68/6, 98/7
Rat trap 74/26
Rescue Sledges 80/26, 113/9
Robert Pallin 103/11
Roofing 119/22
Rope climbers (ski) 74/20, 74/22
Ryries Parlour Track 73/22
Saved by a hut – Stephanie Bell 102/10
Schlink Memorial Ski Tour (20/2), 21/2, (22/4), 23/4
Skies – Aurtralian wood for 94/13
Skiing – Snowy Plain – Brassy Range by Ken Basden 107/8
Slab huts 7/A, 10/A
Snow Gums 91/17
Spotted Dog Pudding 83/23, 84/19
Squaring a gate post 103/12
Stoned - Getting 50/5
Stream Guaging Stations 82/22
Ted Winter 103/23
Ted Winters favourite huts 73/24
The Founding Members 113/6
The Royal Coachman 87/8
Thunderstorm 86/14
Timber decay and repair 68/6
Victorian Huts 114/17
Waterproofing Woodwork 47/7, 49/13, 73/26, 84/19, 98/9, 106/17, 132/11
Weatherboards - nailing 48/6
Woodcraft work party 28/5, 30/3
Wood stoves 98/9

SECTION 3A - PUBLICATIONS
This listing shows all the publications mentioned in the newsletters.
A high country heritage Simon Cubit and Des Murray 67/11
A man from Gelantipy by Clyed Sykes 78/15
A vision of the Snowy Mountains by Clyed Sykes 78/15
Above the Cotter by Ian Fraser and Margaret McJannett 77/8
Alps at the crossroads by Dick Johnson 80/17, 81/21, 82/16
Australian cross country skiing by Ian Hampel 71/4
Australias Alps (1946) by Elyne Mitchell 79/19, 80/17
Bainsdale by Hal Porter 78/15
Best bushwalks in KNP by Harry Hill 97/14
Beyond the Cotter by Kluas Hueneke and Alan Mortlock 28/3
Beyond the reach by Chris Bell 82/16
Book of the Bush (1990) by Edward Kynaston 80/10
Bush Verse by Dennis Evans 78/15
Bushwalking and camping by Paddy Pallin 53/6
Bushwalking in Kosciusko National Park by Charles Warner 49/5 68/11
Bushwalking in the Budawangs by Ron Doughton 82/16
Canberra is a garden by June Kelly 78/15
Canberra bushwalks by Kim Morgan 71/4
Cattlemen and huts of the high plains by Harry Stephenson 34/6
Cattlemen of the high country by Tor Holth 34/6, 80/17, 81/21, 82/16
Close to Nature by John Landy 74/7
Cooma Country (1976) by Lauri Neal 79/19
Day Walks in Tasmania by Mark Dickerson 82/16
Death by exposure : Bad luck or bad management by F.Schaunburg 2/A
Discovers of the Snowy Mountains by Elyne Mitchell 73/7
Equipment for bushwalking and mountaineering by
Melb. Uni. Mountaineering club. 2/A
Field Guide to the Birds of Australia by Ken Simpson and Nicholas Day 78/8
Fifty Walks in Southern NSW and ACT by Tyrone Thomas 82/16
Friendship that destroyed Ned Kelly by Ian Jones 82/16
Fur and feather by Peter Leuver 78/15
Gold and Water - A history of Sofala in the Turon Goldfields 79/15
by Matthew Higgins
Hut around Kosc. Fifty years ago by Reg Alder 74/3 75/3
Huts of the high country by Klaus Hueneke 40/9, 71/4, 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Hypothermia NPWS - Kosciusko Park 2/A
If I’d listened to Grandpa by Martin Mc Adoo 34/6
If that man comes here I’ll shoot him by Rosemary Curry 67/11
Kiandra to Kosciusko by Klaus Hueneke 71/4, 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Knots by Peter Owen 82/16
Kosciusko Alpine flora by Alex Costin 72/4
Kosciusko : The cruel country Film on skiing with Paddy Pallin 1971. 48/9
Kosciusko. The mountain in history. by Alan Andrews 75/10, 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Kosciusko where the ice trees burn by Klaus Hueneke 71/3, 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Lost in the Himalayas 82/12
Men of the Snowy Mountains (1962) by Mona Ravenscrof 81/21 82/16 79/19
Mountains of memories by Martin Thomas 78/15
MOUNTAIN SNOW, MONARO SHADDOWS Betty Casey Litchfield. 51/13
M0untain verse by Ted Winter 37/2 71/4
Mud sweat and snow by Noel Geof 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5

Old Currango by Harry Hill 99/14
On the edge of wilderness. By Bryan Haig 71/4
One step at a time by Klaus Hueneke 106/15
People of the high country by Klaus Hueneke 77/26, 84/3, 85/15, 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Please don’t pick the daisies Film by CSIRO. 48/9
Rainforest and ravaged snow by Alan Andrews 89/10, 90/5
Silver Brumby series by Elyne Mitchell 82/12
Skiing off the roof by Rick Walkom 76/12
Skiing the High Plains (1982) Harry Stephenson 79/19
Skiing the Western Faces - Kosciusko by Alan Andrews 81/10 81/16
Skis on the Brindabellas by Matthew Higgins 87/20 86/15
Speak to the Earth (1945) Elyne Mitchell 81/21 82/16 79/19
Snow in Australia – That’s news to me by Tony Sponar 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Snow walking and snow camping 2/A
Snowy by Brad Collis 104/22
Snowy mountains drawings by Kim Young 71/4
Snowy Mountains Walks by The Geehi Club 78/15
Snowy River Country 1985 - 1990 80/17 79/19
Struggle for the snowy (1968) by Lionel Wigmore 79/19
Teddys hut by Matthew Higgins 71/4
The Alps in flower by I.R.McCann 72/4
The High Country (1967) by Gritscher and McGregor 81/21 82/16 80/17 79/19
The Hume and Hovell Walking Track by Harry Hill 81/22
The Mountain Men (1982) by James Cowan 79/19
The Mountain Pygmy Possum by Ian Mansergh and Linda Broome 84/16
The one that got away by Harry Hill 96/13
The Scroggin Eaters. FVWC (VicWalk) 76/12
The Settlers Guide by Keith Smith 82/16
The Seven Rivers by Douglas Stewart 78/15
The smell of gum leaves by Beverley Johnson 78/15
The Snowy Mountains - A Bushwalkers Diary by Greg Powell 79/20
The Snowy - People behind the Power (1989) by Siobhan McHugh 79/19
The White roof of Australia (1958) by Bill Beatty 81/21 82/16 80/17 79/19
T1mber craft Film by Australian Heritage Commission 48/9
Bill Boyd and Mark Garner at Coolamine Homestead.
Trees of Victoria by Leon Costermans 78/15
Wildlife of Australias snow country by Green and Osborne 89/10, 90/5, 91/5, 92/5
Wildflowers of the snow country by Ian Fraser and Margaret McJannett 103/7

SECTION 3B - POEMS
A Mountaineers Wish by John Bolton 77/9, 98/14
A Snowy Mountain Vision by Larissa Wild 76/4
A voice from the city - Extract from Henry Lawson 81/5
ANON 1968 132/14
ANZAC Weekend by Nungar Frost Plain by Stephanie Bull 128/11
At the Melting of the Snow by A.B. Patterson 125/6
Billie the Bush Architect 47/8
Booby by Terry Linsell 101/14
Bush Fire Season by Stephanie Bull 130/11
Charge of the Snowcraft Brigade by P. Arriens 88/12
Flanagans hut by Matthew Higgins 101/14
Four mile hut 100/18
Four mile hut by Caroline Hueneke 20/7
FROM Currango by P.Lawrence,Bob Taylor and Terry Linsell 92/7
Generation Gap by Ted Winter 83/15
Happys hut by Geof Moore 48/4
High Living or Living High by Ted Winter 76/11, 126/13
Huts in the mountains by Betty Casey Litchfield 59/10
In Dibbins Hut recited by Vic Attridge 86/13
In the High Country by Fiona McDonald Brand 77/9
Jagungal by Garry F. Malzard 75/17
Jagungal by Ted Winter 128/18
Jones selection by G. H. Gibson - Ironbark 50/6
KHA visit the Victorian Huts by Micheal Evans 128/15
Kosciuszko Huts by Jenny Gotley 121/21
Leaping Nungar Creek by Stephanie Bull 115/10
Main Range by V.W. 126/16
Me an’ Bill by Francis Kenna 49/8
Meeting of the Nations by Matthew Higgins 86/21
Monaro by Betty Litchfield 57/3, 100/19
My home in the sky by Betty Casey Litchfield 51/14
On First Entering The Sir William Hudson by Matthew Higgins 119/24
Our Ancient Ruin by Crupper D. 49/13
Pretty Plain Hut by Ted Winter 139/21
Quotes from the Franz Joseph visitors centre 73/3, 74/19
Reflections on the snow country by Garry F. Malyard 74/5
Remembers old timers by Ted Winter 103/22
Rowleys Hut Work Party by Fiona Mac Donald Brand 80/16
Snowy Plain by Pauline Downing 139/17
The dunny on the hill by John (jack) Bolton 104/11
The empty house by Betty Casey Litchfield 51/14
The Great Wall of Lock by Karri Mungovan 88/12
The HMO by Matthew Higgins 104/11
The Legend of Seamans Hut by Evelyn Mac Namara 80/16
The Old Dingo Trapper by Jack Bolton 88/14
The old Tin mine hut by Betty Casey Litchfield 55/8
The rhyme of the ancient mountaineer by ANON. 53/5
The wild dogs lament by Harry Hill 74/23 75/5
The wombat 71/5
The Yowie by A. B. Bymoy 78/21
Thoughs from the verandah by Pauline Downing 103/27
To the First TUV (Patons) Its my VUE 46/6
Wheelers possum possibly by Klaus Hueneke 51/5
Why Huts by Ted Winter 100/20
Written at Snowy Plain hut by Betty Litchfield 58/6

CSIRO Rabbit Research Hut

A detailed report on the CSIRO Rabbit Research Hut by Graham Scully, coordinator of the Huts and Histroy Group for KHA.

Based on a site visit 6-8 December 2005 and interviews with some of the men who worked there between 1965 and 1980.

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KHA Archives in the National Library of Australia (NLA)

The KHA has accumulated priceless materials over the years, that reflect our mountain heritage. Periodically, we lodge more documents, photographs, maps etc in our Archive at the National Library of Australia (NLA) in Canberra. Anyone may view them on request. Examples include:

A:   Records for KHA as an Organisation and KNP

  1. Minutes of the inaugural KHA Meeting 5 December 1970.
  2. Minutes of the inaugural Annual General Meeting of KHA 8 May 1971, plus subsequent AGMs to 15 April 1989.
  3. KHA Committee Meeting minutes 3 July 1971 - March 1988.
  4. KHA General Correspondence 26 August 1971 to April 1987.
  5. HMO Correspondence 18 January 1974 to 17 December 1982.
  6. Kosciusko State Trust, Recommendations regarding Jagungal Wilderness area, Meeting Mawsons Hut, 16 January 1965.
  7. Constitution of KHA 1971 -78
  8. Huts Policy Papers 1972 to 1981.
  9. NSW NPWS, KNP Plan of Management (POM) 1982 and Draft Plan of Management 1981
  10. Kosciusko Huts Briefs, Numbers 1-15 and 21.
  11. KHA Publicity papers 1971-2.
  12. "Huts Book" (draft of booklet outlining the history of building of huts and their use - 1977)
  13. Membership Survey 1986
  14. Membership reports and working papers 1986-87.
  15. KHA notes for Caretakers of shelter huts - 1974
  16. Drawings of KHA Prototype Hut No.2 1971.
  17. Copies of statements and receipts for years ended 28.2.1973, 28.2.1976 - 29.2 1989.
  18. Papers related to the campaign to save Bill Jones Hut 1987-1988, plus Cooleman Karst Area POM.
  19. Correspondence from YHA, letter from Town Clerk Albury re creation of a chain of hostels in KNP in 1944.
  20. KHA Comments from Ian McAuley to the Draft KNP Plan of Managment (POM) 12 June 1981.
  21. "Huts of the High Country" - second draft from Klaus Hueneke - KHA copy.
  22. Record of Anniversary Ski tour from Kiandra to Guthega, June to August 1977.
  23. Orders for Kiandra to kosciusko commemorative print, 1977.
  24. Kiandra - Kosciusko 1927 to 1977 Commemorative Poster.
  25. Miscellaneous publications
  26. Press Clippings 1971 to 1991.

B:     KHA Records Related to Namadgi National Park

  1. KHA Submission on the POM for Namadgi National Park, January 1985.
  2. Interview Summaries - Namadgi Oral History Project 1990.
  3. KHA Oral History Project 5.6.1990 to 23.10.1990 - Permission and Copyright forms, correspondence from P Wardle, Bill Bootes, T. Gregory, LD Pryor, D Curtis, Colin Curtis, Noel Luton, Clatus Crawford, S. Goodhew, Roma Brayshaw, Max Oldfield, Hugh Read, Everard Oldfield, Stumpy Oldfield, R. F. Alder, Granville Crawford, Dulcie Oldfield, AR Bagnall, Jack Reid, Lawrence Tong, TE Brayshaw.
  4. Papers re early days in Namadgi
  5. Copy of manuscript written by Ted Lee, relating to Marmaduke Lee, who bought Gudgenby Station, 1907.
  6. Copies of papers relating to Gudgenby from the collection of Bill Bootes 1879 - 1926.

C:     Namadgi Records - Interviews - Series 3

Summaries and some correspondence for

  • Roma Brayshaw
  • Pat Wardle
  • Alan Bagnall
  • Everard Oldfield
  • Max Oldfield
  • Stumpy Oldfield
  • Lindsay Pryor
  • Tom Brayshaw
  • Stan Goodhew.

D:     Bill Bootes Collection - Series 6 (Mostly copies)

  1. Plan of Old Gudgenby as Roma Brayshaw knew it in the 1920's
  2. Notes from EM Jamieson - Open Day organised by the National Trust.
  3. Copy of letter from Bruce Moore re grave at Gudgenby 10.2.78
  4. Notice in NSW Government Gazette No.74 related to plants classified as "scrub" at Gudgenby.
  5. Letter from the FCC to Mr P Smith guaranteeing no acquisition of property for at least 10 years 25.5.1926.
  6. Indenture for mortgage RB McMakin 4 January 1900.
  7. Ditto 21 December 1899
  8. Three transfers of Mortgage to AE Sendall 12 November 1919.
  9. Grant of Scrub Lease to MW Lee 2 February 1910
  10. Indenture for Mortgage MW Lee 14 February 1923.
  11. Discharge of Mortgage of Conditional Purchases 4 March 1915.
  12. Indenture of Mortgage MW Lee and RF Davidson 18 December 1918.
  13. Indenture of Mortgage MW Lee 31 May 1907
  14. Indenture of Mortgage MW Lee and FK Chisholm 29 March 1915
  15. Valuation of Gudgenby for AGW Bootes 18 January 1927
  16. Plans of Portions 3-8, 10-17, 19, 21 of the County of Cowley, Parish of Gudgenby between 30 January 1879 and 9 November 1892.
  17. Plan of conditional Leases Parish of Gudgenby No's 758 and 759.
  18. Plans of Gudgenby TR 29 September 1896.
  19. Plans of Converted pre-lease No 1273, Parish of Gudgenby 19 December 1885.

E:    KHA Huts Policy Papers- Series 8.

  1. Working papers related to 1972 policy of KHA, including a draft submission of 1970 from CBC and Canberra Outdoor Groups on the Kosciusko State Park.
  2. Policy on the use, maintenance and development of huts in KNP, General Meeting 15 April 1972.
  3. Draft letter to Director NPWS following General Meeting 15 April 1972, submitting the KHA policy on huts.
  4. Statement on KHA policy prepared by John Marsh of the Bogong Group - submission to the AGM in 1977 (may not have been submitted).
  5. Draft policy on huts, discussed by KHA committee 17 February 1978.
  6. Ditto - presumed final.
  7. KHA submission on the Draft Plan of Managment (POM) Kosciusko National Park 1981, including working papers.
  8. KHA Submission on NPWS Draft Huts Policy, Discussed at the AGM 28 April 1979.
  9. NPWS Huts Policy Circular on Huts in Parks Policy - March 1979.
  10. NPWS: Extract of resolution of Policies and Priorities Committee policy on huts, November 1979.
  11. KHA response to planning issues statement - Huts April 1980 - including member comments and reply from the Minster for Planning and Environment.
  12. Copy of letter from Peter Arriens to Superintendent, KNP commenting on NPWS "Huts in Wilderness and other remote areas of KNP" - no date.
  13. Draft of letter from the President KHA to the Minister for Planning and Environment 1 July 1980, commenting on the Planning issue statement "Huts".
  14. Draft response from Dr Robert Story to the Planning issue statement 1980 (a classic!)
  15. "Towards managment of a National Huts System for the Kosciusko National Park" approved at the AGM in 1980.
  16. KHA submisssion on the Draft Plan of Management KNP 1981, including working papers.
  17. NPWS: Plan of Management Review, KNP Planning Issues Statement :Huts - April 1980.
  18. Drafts used in preparation of the KHA Submission on the Draft POM 1981, follwing the KHA meeting of 24 June 1981 at which topics were assigned to members.
  19. Copy of Appendix C: "The Australian ICOMOS Charter for trhe Conservation of Places of Cultural Significance" (The Burra Charter) - undated.

F:    The Dr Herbert Schlink Ski and Hut Archives.

Lady Schlink donated a substantial range of materials to KHA on 11 July 1987, which were then included in the KHA NLA Archive. His brief biography is on this site. In summary, the items include:

1. Australian Ski Year Books, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, plus lectures and articles related to skiing, by Dr Schlink.

2. A range of items related to the Snowy Mountains Scheme, Dr Schlink's visits, letters and items related to development and the role of Sir William Hudson.

3. A range of newspaper articles, photographs and letters relating to early Kosciusko days, including letters (and replies) to Lord Denman, The Australian Prime Minister, RG Menzies, HE Best,The Honourable FH Hawkins - Ministerand others.

4. Caricatures of PW Pearson, N Storaker, Sir H Schlink, Dr JWS Laidley, K. Bath and Dr EM Fisher.

5. Numerous articles on skiing and the Snowy Scheme.

6. 176 items Ex Libris HH Schlink, including books.

7. Early newspaper articles including on from Australian Ski Club members (H Schlink was the President) "Kosciusko Jaunt - More Shelters Wanted"

Schlink Photographs include:

  1. Opening of Schlink Pass 29 April 1961
  2. Workmen on Schlink Pass
  3. Early Days at the Hotel Kosciusko
  4. Skating at the Hotel
  5. Group with a map
  6. Group at Thredbo (allen, Munro, Dawson, Reed, Schlink)
  7. Schlink at Guthega Dam
  8. Group at Thredbo site (Schlink, Dawson, Teece, Allen, Reed, Munro)
  9. Schlink and colleague
  10. St Anton in Tyrol at Thredbo
  11. Statue of Sir Herbert Schlink (X3)
  12. Old Hotel Kosciusko
  13. H Schlink Mapping for the SMA
  14. Looking upstream from the Downhill Ski Course.

Schlink Publications

  1. "Skiing Experiences in Europe" - 1929
  2. "The Lure of Australias Snowfields" - 1926
  3. "A Days Skiing on the Muniong Ranges" - Students Magazine, St Johns College UOS 1928.
  4. "Skiing from Kiandra to Kosciusko July 28-30 1927" - Article from the Sydney Mail 31 August 1927
  5. Plus other leaflets and itinerarys.

Australian Newspapers Online - 1803 to 1954

The National Library of Australia (NLA), has electronically published all major Australian newspapers from 1803 to 1954.

Click here to open the site in a new window.

This is an invaluable resource for research, and contains much material on the huts and life of the early High Country settlers.

An complete scan of the newspapers is available, with electronically converted text. I would encourage you to create an account and correct the text for huts articles you feel are important. The electronic conversion process is not ideal, and if everyone corrected just a few articles, the complete full text of this wonderful resource would be even better.

A sample of the types of searches and number of relevant articles found, conducted by Graham Scully, is:

Kiandra 24650 articles
Paupong 145 articles
McGufficke 31 articles
Toolong Diggings 104 articles
Ligars Track 850 articles

 


 

Books

Many relevant books can be found at the Tabletop Press website. This company is the publisher of books relating to the high country by Klaus Hueneke and others.

Bibliography - Victorian Huts

Hueneke, Klaus "Huts in the Victorian Alps" ($44.95) Tabletop Press 2003.

Bibliography for Kosciusko NP

Australian Alpine Club.  Ski Touring in Australia.  Algona Publications, 1978.

Costin A.B. Kosciusko Alpine Flora 1979 Collins (Reprinted 2001)

Downing, Pauline If I Wake in the Middle of the Night 1998 Star Printery.

Downing, Pauline Huts and Homesteads of Namadgi National Park

Flood, Josephine The Mothhunters: Aboriginal Prehistory of the Australian Alps 1980 Griffin.

Geehi Bushwalking Club Snowy Mountain Walks 1991 Pirie Printer Sales. (Reprinted 2001).

Haig, Bryan On the Edge of the Wilderness: Bogong Ski Lodge and Land Resumptions in NSW 1990 Durham Publishing.

Higgins, Matthew Skis on the Brindabellas 1994 Tabletop Press

Higgins, Matthew Rugged Beyond Imagination

Hill, Harry Best Bushwalks in Kosciusko 1996 Kangaroo Press

Hill, Harry Cooinbil: Recollections and Restoration 1996 Wilkie Watson Publications.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Huts of the High Country 1982 ANU Press - $35.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Kiandra to Kosciusko 1987 Tabletop Press - $35.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Kosciusko: Where the Ice Trees Burn 1990 Tabletop Press - $29.95.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. People of the Australian High Country 1994 Tabletop Press - $39.95.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. One Step at a Time 1999, Tabletop Press - $22.95.

Hueneke, Klaus Huts in the Victorian Alps ($44.95) Tabletop Press 2003.

Kassel, Bob  Snowy River Country [journal]. Snowy River Publishing Co., 1987.

Mosley Geoff Australian Alps World Heritage Nomination Proposal 1988 Victorian NPA.

Siseman, John Alpine Walking Track: Valhalla to Canberra 1988 Pindari Publications.

Warner, Charles Bushwalking in Kosciusko National Park 1983 Macarthur Press. (second edition 1989).

Bibliography for Namadgi NP

This list courtesy of Babette Scougall 2002.

Access Archaeology.  Conservation Plan for the Brayshaw and Westerman Huts. Heritage and Museums Section, ACT Govt, Canberra, 1990.

Australian Heritage Commission.  Submission for the Namadgi National Park Plan of Management. AHC, Canberra 1985.

Barrow, Graeme.  Canberra’s Historic Houses:  dwellings and ruins of the 19th century. Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1998

Barrow, Graeme.  Exploring Namadgi and Tidbinbilla 1987 Dagraja Press

Bingham, H.  Itineraries July 1839 - June 1847.  Unpublished, deposited at Archives Office of NSW.

Corkery, P. & Butt, E.G.  Orroral Valley Homestead Conservation Plan. National Parks Association of the ACT, Canberra, 1983.

Corp, Tony.  “Gudgenby: the last 150 years”, Canberra Historical Journal.   no.24, Sept 1989.

Crawford, A.  Eighty-Five Years in Australia.  John Sands Ltd Printers, Sydney, 1925.

Currie, M.J.  Journal of an excursion to the southward of Lake George in New South Wales,  1824.

Dann, P.R.  “A tragedy at Boboyan”, The Canberra Times.  22 May 1971.

Donald, J. Kay.  Exploring the ACT and S-E NSW.  Kangaroo Press, 1985.

Egloff, Brian.  Orroral Valley Heritage Conservation Plan. ANUTECH, Canberra, 1988.

Flood, Josephine.  The Moth Hunters.  Aust.Inst. of Abor.Studies, Canberra, 1980.

Fraser, I. & McJannett, M. [eds.]  Brindabella Heritage: from a series of illustrated talks by local experts on the heritage of the Brindabella Ranges. CSEREC, Canberra, 1994.

Gale, J. Canberra: history and legends.  Fallick, Queanbeyan, 1927.

Hancock, W.K.  Discovering Monaro:  A study of man’s impact on his environment. Cambridge UP, 1972.

Higgins, Matthew.  Life on the land: memories of the Gregory family in and around Namadgi. ACT Dept of Education, Canberra, 1989.

Voices from the Hills: Namadgi Oral History Project Report. Kosciusko Huts Association, Canberra, 1990.

“Namadgi’s European heritage” Heritage Australia, winter 1991.

Margules & Deverson.  Proposed Gudgenby National Park Land Use Study. Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra, 1976.

Moore, Bruce.  Cotter Country.  Greg Moore, Canberra, 1999.

National Capital Planning Authority.  Sites of significance in the ACT, vol. 9, The Gudgenby Area. NCPA, Canberra, 1990.

National Trust of Australia (ACT).  Heritage listings for the ACT.  National Trust (ACT), Canberra, nd.

Robin, Denise.  “Orroral homestead — a history”,  NPA Bulletin.  June 1983.

Robinson, F.W. Canberra’s First Hundred Years and After, Penfold, 1927.

Tasmanian Huts Bibliography

Cubit, Simon "Snarers and Cattlemen of the Mersey High Country" Regal Press 1987, 1988.

Cubit, Simon and Murray, Des "A High Country Heritage" Regal Press 1988.

Cubit, Simon "Our Disappearing Heritage" Regal Press.

Cubit, Simon Old Pelion Hut - Article in Heritage Australia Vol. 17 #1, Autumn 1988 Pp 26 - 28.

Regal Press can be contacted on 03-6331 4222 or at PO Box 7508, Launceston, Tasmania 7250.

 

Last updated 7 October, 2010.

Namadgi Historic Homesteads Walking Tour

Three restored huts in the south of the Namadgi National Park have been selected for an historical walking tour.

These huts are all within three kilometres of each other, and can visited in one day out of Canberra.

A booklet is available descibing the walk and the homesteads:

The Settlers Track

More information on these huts is available:


Hut Information Additional Photographs
David Brayshaws Hut Link Link
Waterhole Hut Link Link
Westermans Hut Link Link

3D PDF Documents

Attached is a 3D PDF of Mackays Hut. It can be viewed with Acrobat Reader Version 7 and above.
The model can be rotated and zoomed using the buttons above the image. It does take a little while to get used to using this type of navigation. The document "3D_PDF_navigation_buttons" describes what each of the buttons does.

 

Narelle Irvine

Story Telling

The history of the people of the Snowy Mountains has largely been an oral one.

Over the last twenty years, individuals such as Mathew Higgins and Klaus Hueneke have collected their stories, often on audio tape, copies of which now reside in the National Library of Australia, with the authors and with KHA. Many of these have been translated into print, both in magazines and books.

Excellent examples have been authored by Klaus and published by himself under the Table Top Press banner in the 1990s. Most are readily available from outdoors shops. A good starting point from this author is:

 

  • "Huts of the High Country"
  • "Kiandra to Kosciusko"