Teddington Hut was originally constructed by the State Rivers and Works Commission around 1955. It was used to provide temporary accommodation for employees to carry
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Teddington Hut was originally constructed by the State Rivers and Works Commission around 1955. It was used to provide temporary accommodation for employees to carry out erosion works associated with the Teddington Reservoir Catchment.
Today the hut is used for camping. Advanced bookings are required. To book call our Inglewood office on 13 1963.
The camping area has basic facilities including, pit toilets, wood BBQ, and picnic table. Teddington Hut also has a fireplace in it. Visitors are required to bring their own drinking water and firewood.