A slab hut built by one of the most significant pioneer families of the ACT high country still stands proud today

By Matthew Higgins
November 19 2021 - 1:00pm
Brayshaws Hut was built in 1903 and saw major conservation works in the 1990s. Picture: Matthew Higgins

Slab huts are so distinctive in Australia's vernacular architecture, and in the high country they are special indeed. Namadgi National Park is fortunate to have two intact timber slab huts. One is Orroral Homestead, and the other is Brayshaws Hut.

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