Category Archives: NHVSS

Taking one for the Team

TIMOR CAVES – 25 – 27 November 2022 Sometimes everything falls apart but ends out working for the best.  That’s what happened on this weekend.  I was supposed to be going on a bushwalk, and Garry S was supposed to … Continue reading

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Are we there yet?

GLENROCK, NSW – 1-3 October 2022 The last time I visited this caving area was five years ago.  I remembered it being small squeezy holes and thinking that I probably wouldn’t bother to go back.  But Marcia and Diana were … Continue reading

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3 reasons you should always do a recce

BORENORE – 13 – 15 May 2022 MSS has a trip on the calendar for August, but it didn’t sound like there was going to be much caving on offer so when NHVSS put on a trip for this weekend … Continue reading

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Magical Sea Caves

EAST COAST OF NSW – 4 December 2021 Exploring sea caves isn’t easy, the tides have to be just right (low king tide); the low tide has to fall during daylight hours; and the seas need to be calm.  Add … Continue reading

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Rafting the Snowy River

McKILLOP’S BRIDGE to BUCHAN – 2 – 5 October 2019 I’d always wanted to raft the Franklin River, but just lately I’d been thinking that maybe I was “past” such a big adventure.  So, when Daniel B proposed a three … Continue reading

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