Yes, the toilet has a cave tag - for real.
A spot of drone flying before getting down to caving. Photo by Melissa Hadley.
Looking north past Crawney Mountain... there are still fragments of a DC3 up there somewhere.
The Land Rover coped really well with the steep terrain... though I felt more comfortable walking down the hill. Someone had to take the photos :-)
This cave has been dug from the top, all the while revealing formations that have been smothered in mud for goodness knows how long.
Melissa descending into the dig...
Garry descending into the dig...
A combination of Disto X and Topodroid at work here. Murray is further down firing off bearings.
Melissa in the dig - this entire passage has been excavated by hand.
Daniel is fairly relaxed about his surveying :-)
Moore's Lake Cave begins under a bush... if you can wrestle the gate open.
Melissa attempting to wrestle the gate open. It has in the past called for a 4WD and a snatch strap, so she is doing well.
Usually underwater, calcite has piled up around a drip point.
Murray amidst mud and calcite.