FAQ’s

Is Kilsby Sinkhole accessible to the public?

As Kilsby Sinkhole is located on private property, access to the site is not available to the general public.

Access is only granted under strict guidelines and through the completion of site access agreements and the completion of individual waivers. Please note that access will not be granted to individuals who approach staff at the surrounding farm or buildings.

The site owners take site access very seriously. Any access to the site without prior written approval will automatically be deemed as trespassing and police will be informed immediately.

I’d like to visit Kilsby Sinkhole to have a look around and take photos. Is this possible?

Unfortunately, as Kilsby Sinkhole is located on private property, access to the site is only possible through agreements with qualified guides and tourism operators.

The Kilsby family are currently negotiating with a number of local land-based tour operators to include the site as part of their offered tours in the region. For more information, please contact us.

Please note that access will not be granted to individuals who approach staff at the surrounding farm or buildings.

The site owners take site access very seriously. Any access to the site without prior written approval will automatically be deemed as trespassing and police will be informed immediately.

I’m a certified diver. Can I personally organise to dive at the site?

Unfortunately not. Bookings at Kilsby Sinkhole is not accessible to individual divers, regardless of their qualifications or experience. This said, there are numerous dive entities and associations who have negotiated access rights to the site and offer guided visits. A full list of endorsed diving entities with access to Kilsby Sinkhole can be found here.

I’m a certified, current and insured dive instructor. Can I organise to dive at the site?

Throughout the trial site access phase, Kilsby Sinkhole is only extending access to reputable, insured and trusted diving entities such as commercial dive shops with an ACN and ABN. If you represent such an entity, then feel free to contact us.

I own/manage a commercial diving entity. Can I organise to dive at Kilsby’s?

Kilsby Sinkhole is extending a limited amount of trial site access agreements to diving entities who are able to assimilate with our strong focus on diving safety, integrity and responsible site management. In most cases, these access agreements are only extended with the reference of a trusted and respected entity who is already known to Kilsby Sinkhole management.

If you have a track record in going ‘over and above’ in the area of safe diving practices, hold pride in your reputation in the diving industry and are able to demonstrate a diligence in following protocols, regulations and site access rules, then please contact us.