Cave ART Open competition NOW CLOSED. See the entries here >>
Our 25 Cave ART students have been into caves and museums. Read the reports >>
Last year we created a mobile app from our student's work on Maria Island. It's completely marvellous and 100% free to grab for iPhone users. Check it out now >>
Skullbone is the home of amazing expeditions undertaken and shared by Australian students. Watch their journeys as they unfold and look back at past expeditions >>
After rather long deliberations by the judges the Cave Art results are in... and the results are very interesting! Click here to reveal all....
Our major competition, Cave ART Open, is being run in conjunction with the Cave Search expedition. It is open to all primary and high school students who use cave science to inform an artwork.
We're pleased to offer places to 26 lucky students from around Tasmania to be part of the Cave ART program/competition. These students received a phone call (a few haven't answered so we'll keep trying for a few more days!) over the past two weeks with the good news.
Daytrips to Honeycomb Cave (North and North West) and Bradley Chesterman's Cave (South #1 and #2- pictured) have been completed. More photos>>
A short teaser by Love the Frame to get us excited about caves.
The partner site to Skullbone is the award winning Expedition Class. Don't miss the journey in 2014>>