The caves on the east side of Mount Etna before the limestone mine, north of Rockhampton, 1965. Slide by Warwick Willmott. Collection of the Centre for the Government of Queensland.

Copyright © Warwick Willmott and the Centre for the Government of Queensland, 2010

Mount Etna, 22 km north of Rockhampton, is a cavernous pyramid-shaped hill in a belt of limestone, which attracts bats and, since the mid-twentieth century, speleologists and limestone miners.

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