Wellington Caves Print
Written by Greg Ryan   
Wednesday, 22 December 2010 08:47

Wellington Caves has not been spared from the flooding in central west NSW. Cave diving in Limekiln/McCavity Cave will be off the agenda until the water levels drop.

The water levels in the caves in the Wellington Caves Reserve have all risen. For those familiar with Limekiln/McCavity Cave, the water level there has risen to within about 30cm of the floor of "central station". So the route to the "telephone booth" and the usual diving entry is now sumped.

 

wellingtonView from "central station" to squeeze to "telephone booth", now sumped

 

 
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By Joseph Emmanuel

Ever wondered what it's like to dive to 100 meters, to be waiting alone in the dark, your only way back to safety a thin nylon line snaking away from you, up and up and up into the darkness and down and down and down into the blackness. Not a sound but your own breathing.



 

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