Cave Diving in the Nullarbor desert, Australia
Right after attending OzTek 2017, Cristina was invited by members of the Cave Divers Association Australia to join them on an expedition in the Nullarbor desert to cave and cave dive in some remote but pristine locations. After flying from Sidney to Adelaide, the team of initial nine divers, including Cristina, drove for two full days to reach their destination.
Camping under a magnificient southern sky, with no access to internet, phone connections and showers, the original group of Ken Smith, John Dalla-Zuanna, Dr. Richard Harris, Dr. Craig Challen, Wayne Johnson, Ben Reymenants and Luke Nelson, enjoyed the caving and cave diving of Tommy Graham. After enduring the downpours of a recent cyclon, they moved to Olwolgin cave, where they were joined by the system original explorers Paul Hozie and Al Polini and continued their diving and exploration in both sections of the cave. Cristina was able to add a cork crew tunnel in the upstrea, section close to the Pillar Room.