Last updated 4Jul19
Reg Brayshaws Hut site
Reg Brayshaws Hut site is situated south up the slope from the confluence of an unnamed creek and Grassy Creek in the Namadgi National Park.
Location: GR 55H FA 80746-26744 (MGA94), Bredbo 8726-3S 1:25000
• KHA Namadgi database (private source). Site 318. Little is known of this hut. It was not built by the time of the survey of 1908, and was derelict by the 1930’s. All that remains at the site today are slate hearth stones and several pieces of timber.
• Gudgenby: A register of archaeological sites in the proposed Gudgenby National Park, J H Winston-Gregson MA thesis, ANU, 1978. Site BR17. Slate and granodiorite hearth, eight postholes, stone edged soil platform, scattered timber, slate door step. Vestigial; sheltered north-westerly aspect overlooking junction of stream with Grassy Creek. See extracts of the relevant pages in the photos above.
• Steve Brayshaw’s paper: “Located at grid reference: 68075 East, 6026744 North. Hut site, map grid 811-269. Son of John Brayshaw.”