Keebles Hut is an Australian alpine hut located in New South Wales. Built in 1942 by Snowy Miller, Alex Milovitch, Arthur Keeble and Dr Hubert Smith for Arthur and Flo Nankervis as a fishing lodge. Located in the Geehi flats area, north of Dead Horse Gap and a short walk from the main Geehi Hut and camp area. Keebles hut is famous for its excellent camping group with a brilliant view of the surrounding area. The hut was resumed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service in 1970. Today the hut is a popular destination for day walkers hiking groups. Constructed of River rocks in a similar fashion to Geehi Hut and YHA Hut.