Craig's Hut - inspiration for Double Exposure

An icon of the region, Craig’s Hut has a remarkable history. Originally constructed as a movie set for The Man From Snowy River, the hut became a local landmark and a symbol of settler history. It burnt down in the 2007 bushfires and was rebuilt by popular demand. The hut itself offers astonishing views across the High Country ranges.

Perched atop Mt Stirling, Craig’s Hut takes in stunning views of the ranges. First built as a set for The Man From Snowy River film, the hut is now an iconic landmark and a symbol of Australia’s settler history.

Drive, horse-ride, mountain-bike or hike… but however you get to the hut, make sure to pack a picnic. Or for a bit of luxury you can book in with a local tour company and enjoy a catered feast complete with High Country wines and mountain tales. If you’re willing to stick around until dark, you’ll also be treated to the starry spectacle of the Milky Way uninterrupted by city lights.

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