Four Bull Hut

The exterior of Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park. Photo: Tanya Weir © DPE
The dining table and kitchen at Four Bull Hut at Washpool National Park. Photo © DPE
The indoor wood heater at Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park. Photo © DPE
A bedroom with double bed at Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park. Photo © DPE
The outdoor wood barbecue surrounded by log benches at Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park.
The bathroom at Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park. Photo © DPE
Historic McClifty’s Hut, located just metres away from Four Bull Hut in Washpool National Park.
Billyrimba lookout, Washpool National Park. Photo: Ann Richards/DPIE

Four Bull Hut

461 Four Bull Trail, Forest Land, New South Wales 2372

1300 072 757



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Sleeping up to 6 guests, Four Bull Hut is surrounded by tall gum and Blackbutt forest offering endless walking, mountain biking, and bird watching opportunities, and secluded swimming spots in summer. You can also stay at this idyllic place with your horses as you explore the nearby network of Washpool horse riding trails. Only a few hours from Brisbane, it's great for couples or families wanting to enjoy nature in all its glory or seeking sanctuary from modern day distractions. The rich heritage of Tenterfield's early settlers can be seen only metres from your doorstep at historic McClifty's Hut. Local lore tells of the hut's first owner, Daniel McClifty, who shot four wild bulls at the creek when he first arrived. Today, Four Bull Hut's verandah is the ideal place to spot Washpool National Park's wildlife, including red-necked wallabies, koalas, and black cockatoos. Keep your eyes peeled for the rare powerful owl and yellow-bellied glider.

Facilities found here

Barbeque, Communal Shower, Non Smoking,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Rooms Available

Stay in the rustic Four Bull Hut, tucked away in a secluded valley of Washpool National Park. This refurbished cabin the perfect escape for horse riding and other adventures, within driving distance of the NSW North Coast.


  • Shower
  • Powered Site
  • Barbecue

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.