Hunters huts in Rakiura National Park were built and are maintained by the Rakiura Hunter Camps Charitable Trust and are for accommodating hunters who have booked the surrounding hunting blocks. These huts must be booked and paid for through the Rakiura National Park Visitor Centre.
They offer very basic shelter with limited facilities and services. They have a small rainwater tank outside (conserve water) and a long drop toilet. The hut has a small pot belly – we recommend you take dry firewood with you.
History of the hut
The hut was built in 2014 by Southland NZ Deerstalkers' Association members John DeLury, Mark Casserly, Brian Winsloe, Richard Cook and Mike DeLury, and West Coast member Hacky Sims. It was funded by the Rakiura Hunter Camps Charitable Trust.
Watch a video and read a story about how hunters huts are built.
Murray Hunters Hut
NZTopo50 map sheet: CH09
Grid/NZTM2000 coordinates: E1218255, N4806961
$30 per person/per stay (you can stay up to 10 days).
Bookings are essential - book through the Rakiura National Park Visitor Centre.