Green Gully Hut | Oteake Conservation Park
Built by one brother who helped construct the nearby Brown Hut around 1949. It seems little gold was found in the area. A similar manuka sapling frame structure is held together with Number 8 wire, but south and west elevations are stacked schist with mud filling some gaps. Has a dirt floor.
Many remnants from the mining days remain.
Few would choose to stay in this dusty hut.
category . . . basic huts/bivvies
hut fee . . . free
elevation . . . 1065 m
bunks . . . 3 beds, no mattresses
built . . . ~1949
heating . . . open fire. No firewood around so bring your own
water . . . 20 m walk to rivulet
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