The ASF is hosting Speleo2017 UIS congress. Click here for more information.
White Nose Syndrome does not exist in Australia. We need to keep it that way. The ASF equipment and cleaning protocols will be available in late 2016.
ASF Inc. is an Environmental Organisation, registered by the Department of the Environment in Canberra,with the primary objective of protecting the cave and karst environment of Australia.
The ASF is also the national body that represents the interests of 28 caving clubs, over 700 members throughout Australia and represents Australia on the International Union of Speleology.
The information provided on this website will assist you to find information regarding the organisation, the clubs near you, ASF policies (that have been accepted by numerous outdoor organisations and government departments in Australia), and to assist you to donate to the Karst Conservation Fund
Orange Speleological Society and the NSW Speleological Council, in conjunction with the ASF Karst Conservation Gift Fund, is launching an appeal to raise funds to support the campaign to save Cliefden Caves and foster further scientific research on the caves. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Please visit: http://savecliefdencaves.caves.org.au
For more information on the ASF Help Save Cliefden Caves campaign please download the pdf document titled Help Save Cliefden Caves
The Australian Speleological Federation Inc (ASF) is the national body that represents the interests of 28 caving clubs and over 700 members throughout Australia. The ASF advocates for the protection of Australia's caves and karst environment.
The aims of the ASF are to:
For more information on the ASF download the pdf document titled ASF Information Kit