Abercrombie Caves Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Jeremy Wood

Abercrombie is an obscure cave site roughly half way between Crookwell and Bathurst. Its a small and quiet getaway in the bush. The self guided cave is where the river cuts through a limestone ridge. It's actually called "Grove Creek" but its bigger than most of the 'rivers' around Canberra. There is a bushranger story and some wildlife too. 3.5km downstream are the falls with a deep valley and a pretty tall drop.

Stable Arch
Stable Arch
cliff top tree
cliff top tree
river cave (Grove Creek)
river cave (Grove Creek)
river cave looking back
river cave looking back
river cave entrance
river cave entrance
river cave swing bridge
river cave swing bridge
river cave way out
river cave way out
river cave gallery
river cave gallery
river cave flow stone
river cave flow stone
river cave exit
river cave exit
She-oak roots
She-oak roots
Grove Creek Falls
Grove Creek Falls


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Caption List:

Photo 1. Stable Arch, sunny, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 2. cliff top tree, last sun and shadow, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 3. river cave approach (Grove Creek), sunny, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 4. river cave looking back, sun and shadow, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 5. river cave entrance. river cave entrance, shadow, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 6. river cave swing bridge, flash, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 7. river cave way out, shadow, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 8. river cave gallery, flash, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 9. river cave flow stone, flash, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 10. river cave exit, shadow, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 11. She-oak roots, sunny, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016

Photo 12. Grove Creek Falls, sunny, spring, Abercrombie Caves, Australia, 2016