This month we will celebrate our 3rd anniversary since meeting on Oasis!
I finished my contract and returned to the Philippines where we both met face to face for the first time and there were sparks!
We are now excited to welcome our 1st baby next month!
The surface drainage of the Jenolan River and Camp Creek is longitudinal to the structure in which the JCL represents a that is, a narrow, long limestone outcrop surrounded by non-karstic formations.
In countless field examples, such bars are cut more or less perpendicularly by the hydrographic network, oftentimes through some of the most spectacular gorges.
The initial name for the caves was Fish River Caves: the present name was adopted in 1884 after the government of New South Wales took over the management of the system in 1866.
The name is derived from the Aboriginal for ‘high place’, referring to the heights above the caves.
Osborne have pointed out that the Jenolan Caves have a special characteristic: parallel surface and underground drainages.
The semi-dry channels of the Jenolan River and Camp Creek are closely followed, almost bend-by-bend, by the present underground drainages.
To the north, east and south of the caves Carboniferous granitic plutons intrude the sedimentary sequence.