FOOD & WATER
YOU ONLY NEED TO BRING YOUR FOOD
All kitchens are fully equipped with:
Gas cookers, fridges, cutlery, plates, pots, pans, coffee plungers, tea towels, items for washing up and lots more. The Cook House on the first night also has an oven.
There is BBQ’s at each nights accommodation.
We recommend that you bring food that does not perish quickly or leak en route.
It is necessary to carry some water.
To avoid dehydration we recommend drinking regularly while walking. There is clean drinking water at each hut and some places along the track for refilling your drink bottle, however we advise that only hut supplies are tested.
Regular testing is not carried.
If you wish to treat water, either boil it for five minutes, filter or chemically treat it.
When you are dropped off at the beginning of the track on the first day the track ranger will give you a history of the farm, conservation projects and the surrounding area.
Island Hills Station is a working sheep, cattle and honey farm with it’s own protected conservation reserve.
Fully Equipped Huts
No WiFi or coverage
BBQ's at Each Hut
Bush Hut is the third night accommodation a wonderful forest setting and a real step back in time. Situated in the middle of one of the biggest QEII conservation covenants in the country.
The Valley Camp Hut was built for pest control and mustering and now gives you the chance to spend your second evening in the heart of the high country.