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Cave diving in Victoria: Exploration of the Elk River streamway

Authors:  Jim Arundale and Agnes Milowka

Published in CDAA Newsletter 'Guidelines' No 111 March 2010

In early 2006 a group of local cavers, the Victorian Limestone Caving Team (VLTC) dug open an entrance to a cave that led down to a streamway, admittedly, not a large streamway, but flowing water none the less. At the time, on the Potholes Reserve in Buchan all the known caves dropped quite steeply to a level of impermeable chert resulting in the caves petering out. People had talked for years about the "Master Cave" that must exist in the next level of limestone beneath the chert, but nothing had gone through, until Elk River.   /.../

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