Mole Creek Caving
NOTE: Mole Creek Caving trips are FULL – waiting list only.
Dates: 28-29 December 2018
Contact: David email@example.com
Accommodation: Camping at the caving hut, Mayberry Road. Limited facilities are available.
Additional Costs: A rope usage fee of $5/caver/trip will be levied where appropriate.
Due to an overwhelming response the Pre-Conference caving trips to Mole Creek are now full, however there is a waiting list for any registrants who wish to still indicate they would like to participate. The Southern Caving and Derby Mountain Bike riding are still open to registrants, and there are ample opportunities for caving in Mole Creek Post-Conference.
A small selection of caves in Mole Creek will be offered for two days of caving as part of the Pre-Conference field trips, these are some of the more highly decorated caves in the area. Places are limited, pre-booking is essential.
Possible caves offered may include Kubla Khan, Croesus, Tailender and Lynds, please contact the trip leader to pre-book. (See Caving in Tasmania for more details of these caves and please note, due to changes after flooding Croesus and Lynds caves have now been upgraded to wetsuit recommended (W++.)
Dates: 28-29 December 2018
Contact: Alan firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation: Organise own, either locally or Hobart.
Additional Costs: A rope usage fee of $5/caver/trip will be levied.
A Pre-Conference southern caving trip will only run at the discretion of the trip leader and with sufficient demand. The caves visited will be determined by the trip leaders with consideration of the experience and skills of all of the participants.
Please carefully consider the information contained in Caving in Tasmania before considering this trip. For any expressions of interest please contact the trip leader.
Derby Mountain Biking Trip
Dates: 27-28 December 2018
Contact: Andrew email@example.com
Accommodation: Free camping, Derby.
Additional Costs: Shared transport costs if travelling from Launceston.
Tasmania’s mountain biking scene has taken off and if you are a moderately serious rider, you had better not miss riding at Derby. Located in the north-east of the state, Derby is a quaint village 90 min from Launceston with world-class mountain biking infrastructure and excellent free camping.
Dual suspension bikes can be hired on site, and local cafes can provide some meals. The area has plenty of riding options including commercial shuttle services to the top of some trails, crazy enduro trails and graded cross country trails.
We will spend two days exploring the area which varies from rainforest to granite boulder-strewn spurs and interesting old tin mining relics.
For further inspiration see www.ridebluederby.com.au/