Northern Guidebook, chapter 3, map 2
https://www.heysentrail.asn.au (Friends of the Heysen Trail)
camp site, hut with sleeping benches, hanging pegs, clothes line, solar light, adjacent large shelter with table and benches (table not shown in photos), two water tanks, modern toilet, NO fires
Mark Gray junior built the hut and adjacent cow yards in the early 1900s, milking cows and taking the cream to Melrose, at least 10 miles away. The hut was burnt down in a bushfire in 1988. The area was known as the race course, because local lads secretly trained their horses here for the picnic races. The current hut was built around the ruins of the original hut.
Occasionally access to the Park may be restricted. Refer to the National Park SA Park Alerts webpage to check whether there are any current restrictions for Mt Remarkable National Park. https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/Safety/park-alerts