The family had a hut in the Baw Baw area, and Jenny McNally, who now owns the southern half of what was the Rawson farm, believes the hut was in Mustering Flat, which is confirmed by the information obtained from this source and summarised below.
"Located at Mustering Flat, Mt Baw Baw.
Also known as Jans Hut. This hut may be confused with Hec Staggs hut also."
"The Rawson family owned this lease until 1913, after which Fred "Curly" Jans took it over. Hec Stagg took up this and a larger lease after that.
George Rawson built the first hut for grazing following his purchase of the lease in 1874, well before other huts were built to support skiing. The second hut was built before 1907. His son Charlie took over, and his grandson, Harry Jnr visited indicated that the first hut was demolished by a storm in 1938."
Two photos at right show Rawson's at the hut, but the accuracy of the dates and the identification of Rawson family members in each photo is unclear.
The other photo is from the Monash University Research Repository and "taken from an album documenting a trip to the summit of Mount Baw Baw." "The excursion party has reached the summit of Mount Baw Baw, and members of the party have climbed the cairn. Seated on horseback on the left is Dr. Hagenauer, while Harry Rawson, who grazed cattle on the Baw Baw Plateau, is seated on the right." Until someone tells me otherwise I am going to assume that the Harry Rawson in the photo is Henry (Harry) Rawson (b 1862). The location of Mustering Flat is shown in the Walhalla Map in the left column.