Wild Caves Tours - Tasmania
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Directions to Wild Caves Tours
Mole Creek is about an hours drive from Devonport or Launceston via Deloraine. Deb Hunter has been guiding people through caves in the Mole Creek area since 1989 and loves showing these hidden gems to us above-ground dwellers! The tours are available by appointment and your desires and input are taken into account. There are a number of caves to choose from and tours can be easy or easy/moderate. You might want to see glow-worms, visit large chambers, wade in an underground stream or squeeze through a tight spot. You will learn how the caves were formed along with interpretation of the remarkable features. Instruction is given on how to leave minimal impact and you can find out how to take good underground photos.
Half day tours are available and include use of helmets with lights and overalls. A second half-day tour to more remote and difficult caves is an option following completion of the introduction/normal tour.
With no concrete paths in sight come and enjoy being a wild caver for a day.
Tours are available all year round except for Christmas Day.
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