We arrived at the Moonbah Hut on the 27th of December, 2013 and it was everything I dreamed it would be and more.
Tucked away, so far from reality and technology. There's no tv, no reception, and no worries! We found it extremely freeing to be off the grid during our 3 day stay here. We cooked on the fire outside, I baked using the wood fire oven inside. B chopped fire wood, I collected flowers. We hiked and saw many beautiful wild animals. We fed the chooks, we read. We napped. At night we sat in front of the open stone fireplace and ate s'mores. We drove into town (Jindabyne) and stocked up on supplies so we didn't have to go out into the world again while we were there. The road leading to the hut is a beautiful bumpy dirt road with cattle grids along the way! Driving down this road you'll pass fields of wildflowers, beautiful streams, cows and horses.
The lovely man, Brett who owns the property is nearby (on the same property) and there to help if you need anything. I actually left one of my favourite cushions behind, and just accepted that I'd never see it again! Next thing I knew it arrived at our house a few days after we returned. Brett posted it home to me at his own expense. What a gentleman.
We look back on our time here with the fondest of memories, and we're counting the days until we can one day return... Maybe in the Winter next time. Go and have a little look on their website and see for yourself how glorious it looks covered in beautiful white snow!