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Cootapatamba Hut

Cootapatamba Hut
A skier rests outside Cootapatamba Hut in late September 2010
Cootapatamba Hut is located in New South Wales
Cootapatamba Hut
Cootapatamba Hut
Cootapatamba Hut (New South Wales)
Coordinates
Country Australia
State/territory New South Wales
National park Kosciuszko National Park
Construction
Built for Emergency and day shelter
Administration
Maintained by National Parks and Wildlife Service
Accessibility
Accessed by Foot or skis

Cootapatamba Hut is a survival shelter in the river valley south of Mount Kosciuszko, in the Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales, Australia.

External links

  • Kosciuszko Huts Association information page


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