Located at the foot of the Davies Plain track, at Tom Groggin, right on the NSW border. Appears on the Jacobs Creek map. GR009555.
Also known as Doggers Hut or Tom Groggin's Hut
Photo: Olaf Moon
The original hut was a gabled, pole framed slab hut, clearly built for grazing, as yards were built immediately adjacent.
This hut was built in 1964 by the Lands Department for the dog man, who worked in the area trapping feral dogs.
A pole frame hut over a concrete floor. The wall frames are hardwood rails, and the cladding is corrugated iron. The chimney is made of rivetted steel (compare with Stokes in KNP).
Caretakers - Employees from Tom Groggin Station
- Hueneke Pp204, 235
- G. Butler 1996 Pp315 to 317.
Profile last updated 29 September 2003.