The Nullarbor

The Nullarbor Plain covers some 200,000 km2 and consists of sedimentary limestone laid down between 6 and 60 million years ago in a vast, shallow, sea bed. The rock is highly fossiliferous and the region is classified as arid ? with an average annual rainfall of less that 250mm, though localised deluges often exceed that.

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Dive Locations in The Nullarbor

Winbirra Cave

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Weebubbie Cave

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Warbla Cave

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Tommy Grahams Cave

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Spiders Cave

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Panniken Plains Cave

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Murra El-Elevyn Cave

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Mullamullang Cave

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Moonera Tank Cave

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Koonalda Cave

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Cocklebiddy Cave

Located WNW of Cocklebiddy Roadhouse (1300km E of Perth), this is arguably the Nullarbor’s most famous cave. It is still (just) the site of the world’s longest cave diving penetration (from the cave entrance) at 6,250m. Max depth is around 20m with the ceiling normally less than 10m. The ingloriously named First Rockpile is a … Continue reading Cocklebiddy Cave

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