A trip to the Barossa Valley, in particular Nuriootpa, would not be complete for any geocachers without a visit to November’s Cache of the Month EEBTCPGGS. A field puzzle at the posted coordinates is the creation of SnappyTomCats.
If you’re looking for an authentic ‘old school‘ geocache, then this cache is the one that you will want to find. Hidden on 1 January 2001, it is the oldest geocache in South Australia.
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...
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.
There are very few geocaches you want to visit again and again. This is one of those caches. Gawler Fort Knox was published on 3rd May 2015. In the short time since publication the cache has acquired 379 finds logged, being awarded a massive 250 Favourite Points. Note that this post does contain spoilers!