At the highest point on the Heaphy Track is a brand new (2013) 28 bunk hut with mattresses, gas cooking facilities, solar lighting, wood-fire heating, toilet facilities and fresh water.
Mt Perry lookout is a short walk from the hut and is recommended for people looking for spectacular views over the Kahurangi National Park, Gouland Downs and Golden Bay. There is also a chance for a swim in Gorge Creek nearby… a bracing, but refreshing dip in an alpine pool will leave you feeling very alive!
|Perry Saddle Hut & Campsite Amenities|
|Hut Capacity:||28 Bunks with mattresses|
|Campsite Capacity:||5 Tent Sites (10 Campers)|
|Hut Facilities:||Heating, lighting, gas cooking.|
|Water & Toilet:||Cold water taps, long drop toilet.|
|Mattresses are provided but you’ll need to bring your own sleeping bag.
Bring your own cooking utensils.
** Campers are not permitted to use hut facilities. **
|Heaphy Track Hut & Campsite Fees and Bookings|
|Hut Fee||$32 per night|
|Campsite Fee||$14 per night|
|There is no charge for children 17 years and under. However, booking is still required. Bookings Are Essential – You can book a hut or campsite online or at a DOC visitor centre. You need to book before you start walking or mountain biking the Heaphy Track. Campers are not permitted to use hut facilities.|