The latest updates from Paynes Hut are here, hot off the bush telegraph and onto the internet….
Filmmaker Jacqui Hocking visited Paynes Hut on the weekend and created this wonderful video depicting the remote accommodation that is Paynes Hut. Many thanks to Jacqui – she has impressively and very quickly created the essence of Paynes Hut on video. It’s a showcase of what’s possible… Jacqui also took a number of photos to...read more
Paynes Hut is remote accommodation with a superb permaculture garden. The hosts create delicious food, equal to that of top restaurants.read more
We delight in sharing the latest photos from Paynes Hut, here are photographs from a number of visitors. If you’ve visited Paynes Hut, send us your photos (or links to your sites where you’re displaying them so we can let others know). Thank you!read more
It is lovely to come out of the winter folds and see Tess’s garden come to life and to enjoy seeing how much building works Grae has done and the overall development that has occurred. Our huts of the high country are almost complete! Click the photo below to enjoy seeing the updates to the buildings as photographed by Leslie Swearingin. Come and visit – it’s best viewed up...read more
You are one of the very lucky people to receive a golden ticket! This is a secret Payne’s Hut website page that few people see – with the scrumptious and much-coveted Payne’s Hut bread recipe! Enjoy. Bake Bake Bake! (And send us some photos of what you’ve made!)read more
Payne’s Hut attracts fly fishermen, artists, photographers, writers, explorers and adventuring couples and famililes. Explore the local area, read a book in the entrancing garden, and cook for yourself or partake in scrumptious food (rivaling the city’s). Fishermen comment on it being the perfect fly fishing accommodation – quiet environment for a perfect sleep, white linen, exceptional food and easy access to the Mitta Mitta rivers. Book using the form on the right —–> and enjoy looking around the site and...read more