Wellington

Wellington Caves is about a 5 hour drive from Sydney. There are two main Show Caves with several other wild caves. There is also a phosphate mine that is a tourist atraction. The caves are around a good camping ground so you can hire a cabin and take it easy (take the family).

Photos by Neil Vincent in Mc Cavity Cave . Note low water level due to drought. Divers are Lyn Vincent and Greg Ryan .

Dive Locations in Wellington

Mc Cavity Cave

Restriction (sometimes dry) to enter. Cave opens out to large passageway. Several smaller passages run off main chamber. Max depth of dive 11 meters. Perhaps the prettiest cave dive in Australia. Lots of submerged formations. Clear, shallow, warm water allows for extended bottom times. Data Sheet Feedback: Please review the information for this cave/wreck here … Continue reading Mc Cavity Cave

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Cathedral Cave

This is a beautiful show cave and the main attraction of the Wellington Caves area. With (reputedly) the largest stalagmite in the world (see photo) this is a fascinating cave that ends in a lake of clear water that is a key part of the cave?s attraction. Sydney based cave divers have provided waterproof lighting … Continue reading Cathedral Cave

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Anticline Cave

This is a small but beautiful wet cave of the Wellington Caves area and the main attraction in the caravan park (NOT) !! It was once the tip for the park and was later restored but still has some rubbish in it. There are a lot of weeds around the entrance. This is a fascinating … Continue reading Anticline Cave

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