The Roe Plain is a vast area that is a subset of the Nullarbor Plain. It is bounded by the ocean to the South and the Nullarbor Plain escarpment to the North. It extends from Eucla in the East to The Baxter Cliffs in the West. It is largely unexplored and the water table is relatively close to the surface (7m or less in some places).
The area is densely vegetated and there are very few tracks so a lot of bushwalking can be expected. It is a beautiful area to walk around with lots of bird and wildlife. There are large open plains amongst the thick vegetation and the karst features are numerous. As at Jan 2004, there are four diveable caves on the Roe Plain with a total passage length of 4.2km so far explored. There will be a lot more.
Cave divers wishing to participate in exploration are encouraged to train themselves to the highest possible degree in cave diving (TDI sump or CDAA penetration) and then join an ASF caving club to learn responsible caving techniques. trimixdivers co-ordinated expeditions will be exploring the caves of the Roe Plain over the coming years. Join in and help with the effort !!