Ready if you are! Reopening special events for Tasmanians. It’s time to get off the usual tourist paths and try caving with the professionals. Join a weekend public event or request a private charter.
Mild caving (half day, one cave, one meal) and wild caving (full day, two caves, two meals) in undeveloped caves at Mole Creek, with focus on the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Your host Deb Hunter is a well known conservationist, educator, cave and karst scientist (UTas alumni), caving leader with the Mole Creek Caving Club and Parks and Wildlife volunteer. Deb is a passionate speleologist, who has conducted caving adventures and education programs for many years as part of her life as a caver and conservation volunteer. Several caves are available; the trips are suitable for beginners, grade easy to moderate. Abseiling is combined with adventure caving in some public event offers and for private charters by request. Each trip is different because it depends who comes, so we decide our program together when we meet on the day. Caving can be pretty challenging, or take it easy, or indulge in a dedicated photography trip with specialist lighting, expert assistance and tips. Families are welcome to generate a private charter, to be sure it’s suitable for younger kids. Anyone can arrange a friends,’ colleagues’ or social group charter. Challenge-by-choice and wilderness therapy concepts are supported. The flexibility and possibilities may be explored more fully on the website and/or contact me. Get a feel by visiting the Facebook page. All equipment is provided, including lighting for photography, overalls, gumboots and (if/when required) gloves and kneepads. Group programs are designed to suit you.