Introduction

Learn about fees, bookings and conditions associated with booking the Angelus Hut or Angelus Hut campsite.

Peak season fees

In the peak season, 30 November – 30 April, on Labour Weekend and Queen's Birthday weekend. bookings are required and can be made online or by phone, email or in person at some DOC visitor centres. Backcountry Hut Pass or tickets cannot be used at Angelus Hut during the peak season.

Hut

Adults (18+ years) - $30.00
Youth (5-17 years) - $15.00
Child/Infant (0-4 years) - Free

Maximum stay period of 2 nights at the hut apply.

Campsite

Adults (18+ years) - $15.00
Youth (5-17 years) - $7.50
Child/Infant (0-4 years) - Free

Off-peak season fees

In the off-peak season, 1 May to mid November (excluding Labour Weekend and Queen's Birthday weeekend), bookings are not required and trampers must pay by Backcountry Hut Pass or Backcountry Hut Tickets.

Hut

Adults (18+ years) - $15 (3 blue standard tickets or 1 green serviced ticket)
Youth (11-17 years) - $7.50 (3 yellow standard tickets or 1 orange serviced ticket)
Child/Infant (0-10 years) - Free

Maximum stay period of 2 nights at the hut apply.

Campsite

Adults (18+ years) - $5 (1 blue standard ticket)
Youth (11-17 years) - $2.50 (1 yellow standard ticket)
Child/Infant (0-10 years) - Free

Booking Angelus Hut and Angelus Hut Campsite

An Angelus Hut and Angelus Hut Campsite Ticket ensures you a place in the hut or campsite you have booked. If you fail to obtain a ticket the hut and campsite will not be available to you. Bookings can be made online, phone, email or in person at some DOC visitor centres.

Before booking

Make sure you read the information provided in this section and the terms and conditions below before making your booking. 

Booking online

1. To start your online booking or to check availability, check Angelus Hut and Campsite online bookings (see yellow button at top of screen).

2. Once you have completed your booking your Angelus Hut or Angelus Hut Campsite ticket will be emailed to you directly in the form of a confirmation letter as well as being displayed on screen.

3. Print your ticket and take it with you to the hut or campsite as proof of payment. Failure to do so will result in a penalty fee of up to 100%.

Booking via e-mail, phone or in person

Alternatively bookings can be made via e-mail, phone or in person at DOC visitor centres.

You will receive your confirmation letter at the time of booking. You must have this letter with you at the hut or campsite as proof of your booking. Failure to do so will result in a penalty fee of up to 100%.

Note: Bookings cannot be processed without full payment of fees. A booking fee will apply.

Commercial groups

Commercial and/or guided groups are not permitted to use Department of Conservation facilities/services unless authorised by the Department of Conservation via a concession or other agreement.

Concessions are required for, but not restricted to: guiding or accompanying groups (including tramping, walking, fishing, hunting, climbing/ski tours, kayaking/canoeing); transport services; commercial education or instruction activities. Management plans for each national park set out what concession activity is permitted.

Find out about Concessions.

Booking on behalf of others

  • Commercial Agents wishing to make multiple bookings for facilities/services on behalf of customers must hold an Agent agreement with or obtain permission from the Department of Conservation. 
  • A booking is required for each adult, youth, child and infant intending to use a facility or service and the given name, family name, age, gender and nationality of each party member must be entered at the time of booking.
  • Bookings are not transferable from one person/entity to another.
  • Names listed on the booking as using facility/ies and/or service/s may not be substituted unless approved via a Department of Conservation office. Substitution of all or the majority of names listed on a booking will not be approved. Those persons named on the booking may be required as proof of identity when collecting tickets or accessing facilities/services booked. Accepted forms of ID are a passport, driver’s licence, credit card or student ID.

Booking terms and conditions

Read the Booking terms and conditions for general information, age ranges, prices, discounts, penalty rates and the alterations and cancellations policy.

Bookings not meeting the terms and conditions are treated as invalid, and will be reversed (cancelled) by the Department of Conservation.

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