Howitt Hut and Camping Area


Howitt Hut and Camping Area

Howitt Hut was built in the early 20th century making it one of the oldest such structures in this section of the park. Howitt Hut is closely related to the Wonnangatta murders and features on the iconic Wonnangatta Drive. This area provides remote camping and is often used as a base for visitors. A pit toilet and horse yards are also provided.

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Howitt Hut and Camping Area



Need to know

Howitt Hut and Camping Area

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are not allowed



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