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You'll find Upper Jamieson Hut on the banks of the Jamieson River North Branch nestled amongst mountains such as Mount Darling (1194m), Mount McDonald (1603m), The Governor (1428m), The Bluff (1714m) and Mount Eadley Stoney (1661m) in central Victoria. Upper Jamieson Hut is about 140km east-northeast of Melbourne (show me). At about 778m above sea level, Upper Jamieson Hut is one of the higher huts in Victoria. The nearest sea is the Tasman Sea which is part of the South Pacific Ocean about 130km southeast of Upper Jamieson Hut.
Upper Jamieson Hut is located within the State Forest. There are 10 other huts within the State Forest: Basalt Knob Hut, Bindaree Hut, CRB Hut, Clear Hills Hut, Connleys Hut, Feiglins Hut, Keppels Hut, Pickerings Hut, Tomahawk Hut and Wallers Hut.
The nearest more populous place is the town of Mansfield which is 39km away with a population of around 2,700 (show me a map with Upper Jamieson Hut and Mansfield).
Bonzle users have described the condition of Upper Jamieson Hut as 'abandoned', 'ruins' and 'useable as shelter'. Is this description accurate? Do you know what condition Upper Jamieson Hut is in? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
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