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Abercrombie Caves


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Last Updated 10th October 2013
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Other Caves in Australia







Link to Trunkey Creek History
Find out about the history of nearby Trunkey Creek. These pages also include cemetery listings for Trunkey Creek, Arkell (Long Swamp) and Hobbys Yards



Blayney Shire Local and Family History Group Inc
This is the site of the
BLAYNEY SHIRE LOCAL AND FAMILY HISTORY GROUP Inc



Bathurst Observatory
Located near the Bathurst Sheep and Cattle Drome, this Observatory is a ideal spot to view the Bathurst Night sky on one of their Open night tours.



Link to Grove Greek Observatory
Link to Grove Creek Observatory
GROVE CREEK OBSERVATORY is located only a few kilometres from the caves. The site contains lots of great space images taken with their telescopes at Grove Creek
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Link to Trunkey School
Visit Trunkey Public School and discover more about the educational and fun activities of this small but vibrant school in our local community



Link to Entwistles
The Entwistle Family History Association has a UK based web site which is designed for Entwistles around the world to find out more about their family origins and includes Famous Entwistles (or infamous in the case of Ralph Entwistle and the Ribbon Boys)



Link to YouTube - The Ribbong Gang
Link to YouTube - The Ribbong Gang
A film crew from the HISTORY CHANNEL visited Abercrombie Caves in December 2008 to record segments for a programme called "CITIES OF THE UNDERWORLD" The show was hosted by Don Wildman and featured interviews with Guide and local historian Barry Cubitt. The show was aired in Australia in Feb 2009. This segment can be seen on YouTube. (broadband connection reccommended)



Roaming Roy and Elissa from THE TINGLE FACTOR BOX visited Abercrombie Caves for an underground adventure.
Find out what they did by clicking on the suitcase.
THE TINGLE FACTOR BOX is a great website for kids of all ages