You may have been playing Geocaching for a while, or you may have been only playing for a short amount of time. But you may not have heard of what I am going to talk about (or, in the very least, haven’t done it in a while). Waymarking What is Waymarking, you ask? Waymarking is …
People sometimes ask me; What is the most unusual place that you have ever visited to find a geocache. Well, the answer would have to be Maralnga. A top secret military base in the South Australian dessert, which was used to develop and test atomic bombs, and which is still
contaminated with radioactive waste! This months geocache is Maralinga - Field of Thunder.
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 return to a series this time, hidden over the course of a few weeks in mid-2013, the Harry Potter series by Frozen Feet (then know as Team Wibble), is a collection of ten caches, each with it's own Harry Potter theme.
Published on 23 June 2012 this cache (GC3P38A)was a recipient of a silver SAGA Award in 2012, this premium cache has collected over 70 favourite points over the last 8yrs.