Polos, Hoodies and GeoCoins

Several new lines of GeoVenture 2020 merchandise is now available in the Geocaching SA shop, with event clothing options as well as our event GeoCoin ready for pre-order.

Clothing

Event Polo’s have continued with the green theme that is present in other merchandise, a colour tied to the current Wattle Range area, which was originally known as the green belt of SA. These are available in Mens and Womens sizes, featuring green trim and the event logo on the front. Optional customisation is available, and if desired can include an existing trackable number on one line. An option to purchase a trackable number is also at hand in the shop. Childrens Polo’s are also available, with event logo and fully customisable, but are solid black in colour. Please Note: trackable numbers take up an entire line on their own, and should be considered when deciding how many customisation lines are required. Purchase of a new trackable is for the trackable number only, and requires customisation be purchased in addition to have the number included on the Polo.

In addition, with winter not too far away after GeoVenture 2020, we have released event hoodies. These have been a very popular option at Geocaching SA’s annual event in June, and like the Polo’s, include the event logo and can be customised with text and trackable numbers. Attend all your subsequent local events and cache your way through winter in a fleecy hoodie to stay cozy and warm! Both are now available in the Geocaching SA shop.

GeoCoins

Our event Geocoin is in the final stages of design, with the core elements all set. The work uses creative work from South Australian geocachers Team Scoobster and SnappyTomCats and will use a bronze base metal with a gloss finish. It features our mascot Dan the Tiger, in cave setting, set inside a green border, while the obverse centre features event GZ marked on a map of Australia, overlaid with event code and coordinates. A graded wave pattern in the coins base metal is featured around the country. The obverse border features pine trees, a major primary resource of Millicent and the wider Wattle Range council area, arranged at the standard compass rose points. Note that when purchasing a GeoCoin, it is a pre-order, and while non-attendees can opt to pay for shipping, orders will not go out until Easter 2020.

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