Category Archives: NHVSS

Caving in Tasmania – in the deep end

KUBLA KHAN (MC1 & MC29) – April 16, 2018 This is the cave that all Australian cavers aspire to see.  It’s a daunting trip, taking anywhere between 9 to 12 hours to do the full through trip.  It’s highly restricted, … Continue reading

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Caving in Tasmania – Getting our feet wet

SASSAFRAS & MY CAVE – 14 – 15 April 2018 I have wanted to do some caves in Tasmania for quite a while now – after all, they are reputed to be the Best Caves in Australia!  So, when Newcastle/Hunter … Continue reading

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Small, Squeezy and Vertical – caving at Glenrock

CAVING – GLENROCK STATION – 21 – 23 April, 2017 Caving expeditions to Glenrock Station happen infrequently, and access is highly regulated by the land owners.  So far 150+ caves and potential caves have been discovered, most of them vertical.

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Squeezy caving with Bailey

PILCHERS MOUNTAIN – 5 March 2017 Due to too much rain, the planned trip canyoning with Bailey and David was canned.  So, when a trip to Pilchers Mountain with Newcastle / Hunter Valley Speleos (NHVSS) came up, Bailey and I decided to … Continue reading

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