In the central section of the national park, Alexanders Hut is a simple slab dwelling that provides shelter and basic facilities for campers. You can also set up a tent in the grounds around the hut. The hut is situated picturesquely on a grassy hillside above a large dam; the camping area is adjacent, and nicely grassed. It’s 2WD dry-weather access only. From Nunnock camping area continue south on Cattlemans Link Trail; at a fork in the road turn left and follow the road to the hut. From Postmans camping area, head across Devils Crossing and follow Cattlemans Link Track; turn east onto Cattlemans Link Trail and follow for 600 m to the hut. Bring drinking water and firewood.
Who to contact: NPWS Bombala (02) 6458 4080
This campsite is located in South East Forests National Park
South East Forests National Park sprawls across undulating hills and rugged, mountainous terrain, with tracts of precious old-growth forest, flowering heathlands, massive granite tors, tumbling waterfalls, fern-filled gullies and rare and threatened plant and animal species. Access throughout the park is on fire roads, which can become slippery in the rain. Devils Crossing on the Cattlemans Link Trail involves a water crossing of Tantawangalo Creek. Its southern boundary abuts the Victorian border.
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