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Victoria contains over 800 known caves which may be broadly grouped as limestone caves, volcanic caves and marine caves. Although not large by world standards, Victorian caves often exhibit beautiful decoration, contain unusual geological features and provide a habitat for cave dwelling bats and other fauna. They also provide a source of recreation and research …

Contact VSA

To get in touch with VSA please email us at: vsacommittee [at] caving [dot] org [dot] au You may also use the form below to contact us. Alternatively, you can send us a letter at the address below. The current committee for 2020 – 2021 POSITION NAME EMAIL President Margaret James president [at] caving [dot] …




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In addition to publishing regular newsletters and journals over the years, the Victorian Speleological Association Inc. (VSA) has produced several pamphlets, guidebooks and conference proceedings. All documents that you may find here are the sole property of the VSA whom also reserves all applicable rights and holds the copyrights over all of these documents. Monthly …

Ready to go caving?

Great, you’ll never be the same again. This can be divided into a few sections.  First of all is: WHAT ARE YOU HERE FOR? We have to say that the VSA is NOT a tour operator. We don’t take people wanting to do caving as a one-off. We offer caving experiences for those who think …