Port William Hut | Rakiura National Park, Stewart Island

Port William Hut is sited at the location of an early settlement from the 1870s, although little evidence remains except for the large gum trees.

Close to beach that enthusiasts might swim, or fish, but at high tide only. Kiwis often heard here in the evenings. In summer earplugs might be a good investment, ie, for sleeping.

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category … Great Walk hut

hut fee … 1 October – 30 April: $24 per adult, free if under 18, 1 May – 30 September: $22 per adult, free if under 18

booking … required for hut, either online or at a DOC office

bunks … 24 in two bunkrooms

heating … firebox, wood supplied

cooking … none, bring your own

water … taps above 2 inside sinks, from rainwater tank and top up from stream

toilet … 2 x longdrop

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