Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 2
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Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 2

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Horse Gully Hut, Namadgi National Park.

Some years back a walk to Horse Gully Hut was a dry affair with hardly any water if at all, in sight. After a long break I decided to go again. But this time the trail had three creek crossings which were a little below knee-high but certainly deep enough to get one’s shoes soaking wet!

The signage at the car park for the walk (near Mt Clear campground) had the distance to the hut at 7km but I thought the actual distance (as measured by my GPS) was a bit more.

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