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  • Protecting the heritage huts and homesteads of the Snowy Mountains since 1971

    Protecting the heritage huts and homesteads of the Snowy Mountains since 1971

Welcome to the Kosciuszko Huts Association

Welcome to the Kosciuszko Huts Association

The Kosciuszko Huts Association (KHA) is a voluntary association formed in 1971 to assist with the conservation, management and reconstruction of huts, homesteads and surrounds within Kosciuszko National Park (KNP) in southern NSW. Our activities expanded into Namadgi National Park (NNP) in the ACT in 1990.

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Objectives

What we do

  • Protect and enhance the cultural heritage values
  • Conserve historic huts and associated structures
  • Provide input into government planning processes
  • Create heritage awareness amongst the general public
  • Maintain the art and craft of traditional bush building skills and knowledge.

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400 + Memberships

75 + Huts

Preserving the heritage huts for future generations.

 

Latest News

Over the past forty two years KHA has carried out maintenance activities
on most of the 90 or so remaining huts and homesteads in KNP and NPP.
Learn more about what we have been up to recently.

 

Historic Kosciuszko hut rebuilt, ready to use after Black Summer bushfires

Historic Kosciuszko hut rebuilt, ready to use after Black Summer bushfires

ABC South East NSW reports the completion of the Sawyer's Hill hut rebuild

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Hut rebuild timetable

Hut rebuild timetable

Subject to change due to mountain weather, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has given a timetable for hut rebuilds(as at June 2022).

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Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

The KHA held its annual general meeting on 14 May 2022 in Jindabyne at the Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains.

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The Huts

The heritage huts of the Snowy Mountains are structures of national significance

 

 

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Support KHA

Our association relies heavily on membership revenue, donations and bequests to fund our work. As we are staffed entirely by volunteers, all funds contribute to protecting the heritage huts and homesteads of the Snowy Mountains.

For information on Group memberships, please contact Pip Brown, Membership Officer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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