Kosciuszko National Park Huts Conservation Strategy: final report 2005
The Kosciuszko huts strategy was prepared by heritage experts commissioned to provide independent advice on the management of huts within Kosciuszko National Park.
"The huts in Kosciuszko National Park reflect rare and endangered aspects of Australia's cultural history and demonstrate some unique aspects of history and climate response not found elsewhere in the Australian Alps. The huts are an integral part of the Kosciuszko National Park landscape, recording the continuing Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal interaction with this unique landscape."
‘© Copyright State of NSW and the Department of Environment and Conservation. This report was prepared by Godden Mackay Logan in good faith exercising all due care and attention, but no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made to the relevance, accuracy, completeness or fitness for purpose of this document in respect of any particular circumstances. Users of this document should satisfy themselves concerning its application to, and where necessary seek expert advice in respect of, their situation. The views expressed within are not necessarily the views of the Depart of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and may not represent DEC policy.’
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