Caving Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 11

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Australian Speleological Federation Inc. —- Visited: 85 Times


    Listing id: 18438

    ASF Inc. is an Environmental Organisation, registered by the Department of the Environment and Heritage in Canberra, with the primary objective of protecting the cave and karst environment of Australia. Formed in 1956, it is a national organisation consisting of about 30 clubs and 1100 individuals, where each full-member club has votes on the governing Council according to its size.

  • Blue Mountains Speleological Club —- Visited: 136 Times


    Listing id: 18439

    The BMSC is a family-friendly caving club which draws its core membership mostly from the Blue Mountains. The club has been active since 1966 and many of our members also enjoy other adventure sports, especially rock-climbing canyoning and bushwalking.
    Website 02 4758 6…

  • Highland Caving Group —- Visited: 92 Times

    Georges Hall

    Listing id: 18447

    Founded in 1957, the Highland Caving Group has a reputation for competence, ethics, safety, environmental responsibility and friendliness. It has been a member society of the Australian Speleological Federation Inc. since 1964.

  • Hills Speleology Club Ltd. —- Visited: 50 Times

    Hornsby Heights

    Listing id: 18448

    Hills Speleology Club Limited is a caving club affiliated with the Australian Speleological Federation, based in the Hills District of Sydney Australia.

  • Illawarra Speleological Society Inc. —- Visited: 100 Times


    Listing id: 18449

    Speleology is the exploration, description and scientific study of caves. ISS is based in Wollongong, but has members in Canberra, Molong, Newcastle, Muswellbrook, Sydney, the NSW South Coast and Perth. ISS currently has approximately 20 members ranging in age from a few months to over 80 years

  • Newcastle and Hunter Valley Speleological Society —- Visited: 106 Times


    Listing id: 18454

    NHVSS became associate members of the ASF in 1984, and in January 1986 we became a corporate member of the ASF. Back in the early 1980’s, a group of caving instructors from the scout association and local members from the Cave Rescue Group,.

  • NSW Cave Rescue Squad Inc. —- Visited: 55 Times

    Bankstown Airport

    Listing id: 18456

    The NSW Cave Rescue Squad has over 50 members drawn from the speleological community and other emergency services.

  • Rover Speleological Society —- Visited: 59 Times


    Listing id: 18458

    RSS is a group of social cavers formed in 1986 by the members of the Scouting Movement who wanted to further enjoyment of their caving.

  • Sydney Speleological Society —- Visited: 96 Times


    Listing id: 18488

    “The Sydney Speleological Society’s Foundation Meeting was held on the 23 March, 1954 in the YMCA Building, Pitt Street, Sydney…. At that time only two caving societies existed in Australia…”

  • Sydney University Speleological Society —- Visited: 65 Times

    Sydney University

    Listing id: 18462

    SUSS meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month (except January) in the Holme Common Room on the first floor of the Holme Building, Science Road, Sydney University, from 7:30pm onwards

  • University of Technology Sydney Speleological Society —- Visited: 58 Times


    Listing id: 18464

    UTSSS is the University of Technology Sydney Speleological Society. As our name suggests, we primarily a caving club, but we also run canyoning & hiking trips, participate in rogaines & run regular training days.