Electra Cave


Electra Cave’s morphology bears a striking resemblance to the shape of New Zealand. It features four distinct entrances, including a prominent one on the western side. The western section exhibits a classic lava tube structure, with a height of 1.5 meters and entrances at both ends. To the right, the cave narrows and becomes obstructed by blocks and rubble. This narrow passage leads to the northern section and the main chamber. The chamber is notably spacious, boasting a ceiling height of nearly 2 meters. However, the floor is highly uneven, with steep undulations in various directions. Two entrances are located here. To the west, the cave narrows significantly before widening again, although the ceiling height reduces to just 1 meter.

Cave Type: Lava Cave
Location: Auckland Volcanic Field
Surveyed: Yes