Cache of the Month March 2020 – Frog Hollow

If you go down to the pond today, you are in for a big surprise… A cache called Frog Hollow which was placed in 2019 by Nicko57 in the town of Millicent in the South East of South Australia. It is located in Lake McIntyre which is a Wetland hosting prolific bird life, walking trails, native trees & vegetation. There is a free gas BBQ and picnic areas.

The themed cache has been nicely crafted to suit its surroundings. Can you hear the frogs?

Although this is a relatively new cache, those who have found it, over half have awarded it a favourite point. This has earnt Frog Hollow 2 awards at the 2019 SAGA’s – Gold Medal for Best Regular Cache and Silver Medal for Best Traditional Cache.

Put this cache on you To-Do-List, take a picnic and your family for a visit in the future. Some comments from those who have visited:

Some caches you wish you could give 10 favourites too. This is one. Love your work.

Log by Freddo

This was a really fun, whimsical find and the boys’ favourite of day. This is a fantastic geocaching location, pretty patches of swamp, bridge walks, birds and paperbark tree tunnels.

Log by Mannaboys

We had heard this cache mentioned at an event and it was obviously well thought of, but still we had no idea what to expect. On arrival it was obvious where the cache was but what an absolute delight and surprise when we opened the cache😁

As a frog collector (inanimate😜) I was truly in my element. Being full time nomads, I now have a collection of about 500 frogs stored in a container😁The workmanship and effort which has gone into making this hide is impressive to say the least but the inside design is truly wonderful.

This cache has now gone to the top of my list of all-time favourites😁💕

Log by sylken

Inline with Geocaching SA’s goal of promoting the past-time of Geocaching is South Australia, each month the association will be highlighting a cache that warrants recognition. There are no specific criteria, and suggestions are welcome, but final discretion lies with Geocaching SA.

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