Niggly Cave, Tasmania
landscape in Junee River Catchment
|Elevation||281 m (922 ft)|
|LGA(s)||Derwent Valley Council|
Part of the Junee Florentine Valley Caves Complex near Mt Field National Park, it is at 390m a candidate for the deepest Cave in Australia. The issue for determining that title is that none of the candidates have as yet been fully explored and is filled with near freezing water. Other candidates include nearby Tachycardia cave 
Niggly Cave is located on the Junee River, in the Junee Cave State Reserve, adjacent to the Mount Field National Park in Tasmania, Australia. The nearest town is Maydena. The estimate terrain elevation above sea level is 456 metres and the local geology is permo-Triassic sediment. The area is covered with thick Sclerophyll forest.