|Location:||Mount Victoria, Blue Mountains.|
Erik Halbert (2005):
Ross Cave and Pseudo Ross Cave, Mount Victoria, NSW.,
Blue Mountains Caves - Part 9.
Jl Sydney Speleological Society Vol 49 (11) 337-341, photos, survey.
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Up to 1996 there was a signpost showing the way to this cave. Known since 1894 it is a popular picnic spot, with a fireplace and at one time a wooden seat. The cave is named after Edward Ross Fairfax (1842-1915).
Ross Cave is a small two entrance cave in a sandstone outcrop. The main entrance is 3m high and 4m wide with smooth earth flooor. Total length 16m.
Text by Tony Oldham (2005). With kind permission.
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