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Feature Caches From Geocaching Australia 
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Post Feature Caches From Geocaching Australia
Geocaching Australia has a diverse range of caches with some of our cache hiders putting in great efforts when constructing their containers, or on the other hand, seeking out a great hiding spot to hide their cache to test even the most experience cachers. Sometimes they do both.

We also have some great trig points that are worth visiting. The reason for the visiting the trig could be for the great views over the surrounding countryside…or it may be for the remoteness of the trig point. Of course, Geocaching Australia can’t take credit for the placement of the trig points, but we are the only listing site that has them available for you to go and find.

For the next few months, approx every 2 weeks, Geocaching Australia are going to highlight certain caches from around the country that have been recommended by cachers as fun or interesting caches to find or areas to visit. The caches listed could be any of the caches that we list here at the Australian Listing site. So, you might read about a neat Traditional, an interesting Mystery or History cache, even one of our Locationless cache. Trig point locations that are easy to visit may even be listed.

The idea behind this is to showcase some of the caches we have on offer, and by doing so give other cachers to chance to check out what some of our members think are caches worth sharing.

This weeks featured caches are:

Melbourne Victoria
GA9429 - Swiss Cheese - Traditional

A fun cache to find and one that will make you look carefully. Can be tricky with muggles around, but that is part of the experience. The cache name fits the location perfectly. Two heads may be better than one in this case.

Port Wakefield South Australia
GA8432 – Long Before the Mexicans Stole our Car Race – Multi cache

A multi cache showcasing the history of the area and how that history has almost been forgotten. Well worth the time to stop and check it out. Depending on how quickly you read and find the require information, allow about 15 minutes to do the calculation and then drive to GZ.

We hope that when you are in the area of these caches, you can take the time to stop and check them out for yourself.

The next Feature Caches will be announced approx 1 Sep 17.....

15 August 17 10:59 am
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