This photo was taken not far from Tenterfield in New South Wales, Australia. It shows a ‘cave’ formed by several boulders laying next to each other. This cave was used as a hideout and lookout by a bushranger known as Captain Thunderbolt (Frederick Ward) many years ago. It is just one of many such places around New South Wales used by this bushranger. The hideout is located not far from Tenterfield and Bald Rock National Park.
This photo was taken quite a few years ago caving through Borenore Caves, near Orange, in the central west of New South Wales, Australia. As can be seen in the photo we used simple torches for the most part in getting through the cave.
Graeme, pictured here, never went too far into the cave. He stayed near the entrance while Andrew and I went far deeper into the cave.
This photo was taken quite a few years ago at the entrance to Borenore Caves, near Orange, in the central west of New South Wales, Australia. I was able, with a friend, to follow the cave internally for some distance. We used torches and eventually made our way out through a side entrance.