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Australia Cave Adventure Jenolan Orient Egyptian Chamber
Australia

The Egyptian Chamber is the third chamber in the Orient Cave - and was the first to be discovered by James Wiburd, Jack Edwards and Robert Bailey in 1904.

When James Wilburd first climbed into this cave, exploring by candle light, he said it was surely the most beautiful cave in the world. The white floor of the cave is sometimes covered with water making the chamber even more enthralling.

Today the cave is lit by low energy LED lights and the whole orient cave is protected by an airlock assuring that this living rock will maintain its beauty for generations to come.

For details on Jenolan Caves visit www.jenolancaves.org.au

Copyright: Richard Chesher
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 11944x5972
Taken: 27/06/2010
Uppladdad: 05/07/2010
Uppdaterad: 26/05/2014
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