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List of caves in Australia

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List of caves in Australia

This article shows a list of caves in Australia

Contents

  • Show Caves 1
    • New South Wales 1.1
    • Queensland 1.2
    • South Australia 1.3
    • Tasmania 1.4
    • Victoria 1.5
    • Western Australia 1.6
    • Northern Territory 1.7
  • Wild Caves 2
    • New South Wales 2.1
    • Queensland 2.2
    • South Australia 2.3
    • Tasmania 2.4
    • Victoria 2.5
    • Western Australia 2.6
    • Australian Territories 2.7
  • External links 3

Show Caves

New South Wales

Queensland

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

  • Yanchep
    • Cabaret Cave
    • Crystal Cave
    • Yonderup Cave
  • South West

Northern Territory

Wild Caves

New South Wales

  • Jenolan Caves
  • Colong Caves
  • Wee Jasper
  • Yarangobilly
  • Wombeyan Caves
  • Blue Water Holes
  • Bungonia Caves
  • Careys Cave
  • Cave Island
  • Cotter Caves
  • The Big Hole and Marble Arch

Queensland

  • Camooweal Caves
    • Five O’Clock Cave
    • Four Mile East Cave
    • Great Nowranie Cave
    • Little Nowranie Cave
    • Niggle Cave
  • Undara
    • Undara Lava Tubes
  • Mount Etna Caves National Park

South Australia

  • Flinders Ranges
    • Mairs Cave
    • Wooltana Cave
    • Mount Sims Cave
    • Narrina Lake Cave
  • Lower South-East
  • Murray River Area
    • River Road Cave
    • Punyleroo Cave
  • Upper South-East
    • Appledore Cave
    • Beekeepers Cave
    • Brownsnake Cave
    • Cave Park Cave
    • Little Victoria Cave
    • Echidna Cave
    • S102 Cave
    • VDC Cave
  • Yorke Peninsula
    • Corra-Lynn Cave
    • Town Well Cave
    • Windmill Cave
  • South-West

Tasmania

  • Exit Cave, Ida Bay
  • Honeycomb Caves, Caveside
  • Wet Caves, Caveside
  • Growling Swallet, Junee Florentine Valley, Mount Field
  • Mystery Creek Cave, Ida Bay

Victoria

  • Buchan
    • Wilsons Cave
  • Britannia Creek
    • Britannia Creek Caves
  • Labertouche
    • Labertouche Cave

Western Australia

  • Kimberly
    • Mimbi
    • Tunnel Creek
    • Cave Springs Cave
    • Old Napier Downs Cave
    • Wangahinnya Caves
  • Mid West Gascoyne
    • Drovers Cave
    • Mystery Cave
    • Old River Cave
    • Gooseberry Cave
    • River Cave
    • Arramall Cave
    • Stockyard Gully Caves
      • Stockyard Bridge
      • Stockyard Tunnel
      • Stockyard Cave
      • Aiyennu Cave
      • Beekeepers Hole (also known as Uniwa Cave)
      • Weelawadji Cave
  • Nullarbor
    • Old Homestead Cave
    • Abrakurrie Cave
    • Cocklebiddy Cave
    • Weebubbie Cave (in South Australia)
    • Thampanna Cave
    • Kellys Cave
    • Koonalda (in South Australia)
    • Pannakin Plain Cave
    • Stegamite Cave
    • Horseshoe Cave
    • Balladonia Cave
  • Perth/Peel/Yanchep
    • The Catacombs
    • Concinna Cave
    • Gibb Cave
    • Gidgee Karupa (Spear Cave)
    • Kings Park Caves (Tunnelled and extended during WW2 for Catalina FBY base)
    • Loch Overflow
    • Mambibby Cave
    • Mandurah Caves
    • Minnies Grotto
    • Rottnest Island Caves
    • Surprise Cave
    • Wanneroo Karst
    • Yanchep Cave
  • Pilbara / Cape Range
    • Anomaly Cave
    • Bell Cave
    • Canyon Cave
    • Owl Roost Cave
  • South West
    • Bride
    • Calgardup
    • Giant's
    • Nannup
    • Tiger
    • Quinninup Lake Cave
    • Snake Pit Cave
    • Cowarumup Cave
    • Meekadorabee Cave
    • Easter Cave
    • Labyrinth Cave
    • Old Kudardup Cave
    • Deeondeeup Cave
    • Milligans Cave
    • Wallcliffe Cave
    • Beenup Cave
    • Blackboy Hollow
    • Witchcliffe Cave
    • Strongs Cave
    • Devils Lair and Nannup Cave
    • Dingo Cave
    • Arumvale Pipe and Arumvale Cave
    • Golgotha Cave
    • Northcote Grotto
    • Ketelack Cave
    • Lost Pearl Cave
    • Mill Cave

Australian Territories

External links

  • The Australian Karst Index
  • The Australian Speleological Federation
  • Cave Exploration Group (South Australia) Incorporated
  • The Victorian Speleological Association Inc.
  • The Sydney Speleological Society
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