The month of February gets us down on our knees and crawling. Your GPS will get you to the entrance but the challenge is to overcome any fears you have about dark, confined spaces. It does not end here though as Amongst Ya Dirty Knees! can be a tricky cache to find.
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
The Limestone Coast is abundant with sinkholes. This one is popular with tourists who visit Mt Gambier. The well maintained gardens are a feature as you walk down the staircase to the bottom of the sinkhole.
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.