Located at the Geehi flats area, south of Dead Horse Gap and a short 4WD or walk from the main Geehi Hut and camp area.
Adjacent, is arguably one of Australia's best camp sites.
The hut was built in 1942 by Snowy Miller, Alex Milovitch, Arthur Keeble and Dr Hubert Smith for Arthur and Flo Nankervis as a fishing lodge.
It was resumed by the NPWS in 1970, but is a very popular camping area, one of the very best in the National Park.
The hut received some renovation in 2002 by KHA and the Range Rover Club of NSW.
Keebles is a typical river stone hut built on a concrete slab. The roof and verandah are of corrugated iron. There is a fireplace and windows, and recently a carpet was added, but has now been removed!
Caretakers - family members
- Hueneke Pp xix
- Personal Comm - Cheryl Seymour, daughter of Snowy Miller
- KNP POM is L.77.
Last updated October 2019