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The Nullarbor & the big ones

Appeared in DIVER May 2009

'Self-imposed suffering bordering on masochism' was how Martin Farr described his last visit to a remote area of Australia in DIVER. Poisonous snakes and spiders - everything that moved seemed to be a killing machine. Why would anyone go once, let alone twice? Because the Nullarbor boasts the world's most spectacular cave-diving

A low section of Murra El Elevyn
A low section of Murra El Elevyn

  • a silt belay in the same system
    a silt belay in the same system
  • this is more normal terrain
    this is more normal terrain
  • In the Nurina dive site
    In the Nurina dive site
  • Two divers drop into Tommy Grahams.
    Two divers drop into Tommy Graham's.
  • A Weebubbie dive
    A Weebubbie dive
  • Ready to rough it in the Nullarbor
    Ready to rough it in the Nullarbor
  • Cocklebiddy roadhouse
    Cocklebiddy roadhouse
  • Click on any thumbnail photo to enlarge it and use the slideshow
    Click on any thumbnail photo to enlarge it and use the slideshow

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