Caving AdventuresFor those who love the thrill of underground adventures, caving is the activity for you!
Caving is the sport of exploring naturally formed caves, above and below ground, both horizontal (walked or crawled through) and vertical (involving abseiling and ladder climbing).
Who Can Do It?Caving varies in degree of difficulty and is available to members of the Movement from 8 years of age. It is most popular in the Venturer and Rover Sections
When Can I Do This? (Season, Day, Night, Weekend).All year round, Day trips, Weekends.
Qualifications RequiredActivity must be under the control of a Caving Guide or (where participants have a Level 1 caving qualification) a Caving Level 2. Multi-pitch caving must be under the control of a Caving Guide.
Caving Adventure Weekends
The Caving Team runs a number of caving advnture weekends during the year. Caving adventure weekends are held at Bungonia or Wee Jasper where you can have a weekend of fun.
1. If you wish to go vertical caving then you should complete the Basic Rockcraft event (see abseiling page).
2. Have attended an caving information evening.
If you want to get a caving qualificaiton please discuss this with our team who will be happy to assist you through this process. Basic details are below:-
Caver Level 1Venturer age or older;
Hold a current Level 1 Abseil Certificate.
Caver Level 2Hold a current Caver Level 1 Certificate;
Hold a current Level 2 Abseil Certificate;
Hold a current HLTAID 001, 002 & 003.
Caver Level 3Those people interested in this level of qualification should contact the Caving coordinator (see below).
E1 Forms for Caving Adventures:-
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HOW TO BOOK:-
1. Pick the workshop you wish to attend.
Caving workshops cost $65 per participant plus national park entry fees if applicable. An equipment hire fee will apply to other caving activities where Region equipment is used.
Who Can Help?
Ben Power 0410 677 764