Something a little different this month, highlighting a series of caches, rather than a single listing. One of the earliest series created in South Australia. The series spreads across a large portion of metropolitan Adelaide, and ranges in difficulty from 1.5 stars to 4.5 stars, ensuring there is something everyone can challenge themselves with.
It is not often that someone new stumbles across geocaching and immediately has other cachers raving about their hides, but in the second half of 2012, that's exactly what happened with the arrival of clojo1! After a number of clever hides, the masterpiece that is 321 Blast Off was published in the middle of 2013, and it is Cache of the Month for June 2019.
There were numerous candidates for the inaugural Geocaching SA Cache of the Month, but Scott Creek Multiple stood out as an obvious choice. A multi-cache placed on
the 3rd of February 2001, it is now the oldest active multi-cache outside of the US, and the 7th oldest overall, ensuring it is a target for many geocaching
visitors to South Australia.
The last Seaside event was held at picturesque Horseshoe Bay in Port Elliott, the tenth in the series. A special thank you to Ken, Margaret, Josie and Shane for all their work over the years to make this event such a success for the South Australian geocaching community.