This cave is used as tourist cave as well as scuba diving. The entry is in a small crescent of water which is often polluted by a nearby drain. There is a restriction which needs to be negotiated to gain entry to a 90-metre long flooded passage which then opens Read more [...]
- Certification: ADV CaveDepth: 12M
- Certification: ADV CaveDepth: 15M
Tank Cave is the largest collection of underwater connected tunnels in the Mt Gambier region. If offers advanced cave divers many hours traversing the intricate network. There is a detailed map which is used to plan each dive.
- Certification: CaveDepth: 15M
The entrance is a small and is easily silted, this then leads to a broad chamber with dark silt at the bottom. This provides an excellent view of the surface again with brilliant green and blue colours. Small pool at other end leads to single small chamber.
- Certification: ADV CaveDepth: 20M
Iddlebiddy has a solution tube around 800mm wide and 8M deep. A team with climbing gear is required to enter and exit the cave. There is a single large passage running south-east for around 250 metres and ends on a small room which is easily silted up. It is a Read more [...]
- Certification: CaveDepth: 20M
The entrance shows a very clear small lake. A flooded passage leads into a low silty chamber which gets smaller and smaller down to 17 metres below the surface. This chamber is easily silted by the first and subsequent divers.
- Certification: CaveDepth: 25M
This cave is located in the middle of the road in Allendale East. the is a flooded passage leading to a main chamber with a depth of 24M. There was an attempt by the local council to fill the cave in but it was decided it was going to take Read more [...]
- Certification: CaveDepth: 40M
Dual rated cave in a pine forest aptly named ‘The Pines’. Both cave and advanced cave divers can enjoy this site. There is a large chamber which leads off to restrictions and other passages and depths down to 40M.