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Moroka Hut

Distance: 900m - return

Time: 25 minutes - return

Difficulty: Easy

Toilets: No

Pram Friendly: No

Dog Friendly: No – it is located in a national park

There isn't much information about this walk at the car park and I wasn't exactly sure what to expect, but it was well worth the small walk there.



Getting there: The start of the walking track is located along Moroka Road, before you reach the Moroka Bridge (coming from Tamboritha). You will find a sign just off the road for Moroka Hut and a sign for the walking track. If you google map Moroka Hut it also looks like you can drive directly to it.

The track starts at the sign and heads downhill into the bush. An easy walk with a well-defined track to follow.



You come across an old bridge along the way which crosses the Moroka River, which I loved. Its quite bouncy and I think a few of my family members enjoyed wobbling and scaring others on the bridge. After the bridge keep following the track along until the hut comes into your view, to your right.


It took us about 10 mins to reach the hut. I have to say it was a lot bigger than I was expecting and very impressive. The hut was built in 1946 by Bill Gillio & Andy Estoppey of Briagolong but has since been restored in 2012 due to damage caused by vandals.



A great little walk if you’re in the area – definitely a place to stop in and go for a wander.


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