Hallett Cove is one of South Australia’s foremost natural science treasures. Concepts of superposition of strata, unconformities, folding and faulting of sedimentary rocks are clearly displayed. In 1877 Professor Ralph Tate discovered evidence of ancient glaciation in the form of polished and striated rock surfaces on the cliff tops and the site has attracted scientific attention ever since.
A traditional cache, Turn It Backwads (GC8EZGE) was awarded best overall cache and best traditional cache in SAGA 2019.
GeoVenture 2020 mega event presents Australia’s first Mint Tin Art exhibition. Your task should you choose to join in the fun is to create a work of art on a minty metal canvas approximately 75mm x 38mm.
The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two, The little one stops to go woo hoo!!! He has the coords for the cache And they all go marching off to Antsy Hill
Missing Link 1, a traditional cache on the way to Whyalla at the Port Lowly turnoff. 1.5T/1.5D Small. Seems like an easy task. You find a cache, you sign the log book. Hmm? It has a lot of favourites...