backcountry hut

means a building that—
(a) is located on land that is administered by the Department of Conservation for conservation, recreational, scientific, or other related purposes, including any land administered under any of the following:
(i) the Conservation Act 1987:
(ii) the National Parks Act 1980:
(iii) the Reserves Act 1977; and
(b) is intended to provide overnight shelter to any person who may visit and who carries his or her own food, bedding, clothing, and outdoor equipment; and
(c) contains only basic facilities, which may include (but are not limited to) any or all of the following:
(i) sleeping platforms or bunks:
(ii) mattresses:
(iii) food preparation surfaces:
(iv) appliances for heating:
(v) appliances for cooking:
(vi) toilets; and
(d) has been certified by the Director-General as being in a location that wheelchair users are unlikely to be able to visit; and
(e) is intended to be able to sleep—
(i) no more than 20 people in its backcountry hut sleeping area; and
(ii) no more than 40 people in total; and
(f) does not contain any connection, except by radiocommunications, to a network utility operator

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