Adamsfield is located in the South West NP, and about 20 kilometres north east of Maydena.
The huts were originally built by Norm Clarke to service mining in the local area. Until recently, the huts were maintained by Vietnam veteran, Stan "Rusty" Morley.
Adamsfield used to a be a thriving village, complete with post office and pub, based around local tin mines. Until re
cently, the small area with the two huts remained leased, but in recent years has reverted to National Park control.
The huts are open to the adventurous, and the setting beside the river is quite special.
Page last updated 5 June 2003.
It is accessable by a demanding four wheel drive track, but keys must be obtained before you can gain entrance.
Photo: Jim Moon, 1977