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Beyond Toad Hall.

Author:  Leigh Bishop

Published in 'Diver Magazine' February-March 2010 Vol 35 Number 7, USA

In 1982 three Australian cave divers surfaced in a huge subterranean lake after an exploratory penetration 2.5 miles (4km) into the Cocklebiddy cave system deep beneatah the country's Nullarbor desert. Their bold discovery - then a world record for its length - revealed a cavern 33 feet (10m) high and over 800 feet (250m) long, linked in a series of dry rock chambers the likes of which had never before been seen in the land down under.   /.../

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