Wilderness

DOUBLE HUT AND BEYOND

HIDDEN AWAY NOT far from Lake Heron is the well-preserved and quaint Double Hut.

It’s a nine-kilometre walk from the road end car park and the hut is easy to reach in three hours, which can allow the opportunity to also climb the nearby

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