The Moles Society is a caving
organisation, now in recess.
The Society was based in Hobart, Tasmania (Australia), and was
affiliated with the Tasmanian University Union Societies Council.
The society operated very successfully in the years 1996-2002.
The main purpose of the society is to offer safe and ethical
introductory caving experiences. Activities included evening trips under
Hobart city, exploring the historic underground course of the Hobart
Rivulet and key stormwater drains; day trips to southern Tasmanian
caves; weekend trips to Mole Creek Caves; and various social
Members were largely drawn from the Tasmanian university student
population, but uni staff and people from outside the university were also
welcomed. The caving expertise, leadership and training enjoyed by
society members was entirely provided free of cost by members of the
Mole Creek Caving Club. The society remains greatly indebted to those
individuals and the Mole Creek Caving Club as a whole.