Now we begin to explore the region
 

Discover the Eurobodalla via geocaching - it's FUN and FREE

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.

There are millions of geocaches around the world and hundreds in the Eurobodalla to discover

And as you look for them you also discover more of this this wonderful region 

All that is required is to download the FREE Geocaching App to your Android or IOS phone and let the fun begin - you can start HERE


Watch the video below for a few geocaching tips, then search for nearby geocaches.
More info HERE

A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook and sometimes a pen or pencil.

The geocacher signs the log with their established code name and dates it, in order to prove that they found the cache.

After signing the log, the cache must be placed back exactly where the person found it. Larger containers such as plastic storage containers (Tupperware or similar) or ammunition boxes can also contain items for trading, such as toys or trinkets, usually of more sentimental worth than financial


WATCH OUT FOR MUGGLES:
Many cache placers ask for you to use "stealth" and "caution" when searching for their cache in order to avoid interaction with muggles. Muggles are the reason the overwhelming majority of caches go missing or are damaged.
So be careful when you discover your cache and leave it exactly as you find it so that Muggles don't discover it and spoil it for everyone.

It's best to not be observed, or volunteer much about what you are doing if busted. If you are caught red handed, then some explanation might be necessary, especially if it is the authorities.

Once you have downloaded the APP and logged on the fun begins - Open the Geo Caching Map https://www.geocaching.com/map

Some of Our FREE (no Premium Geocaching APP required) favourites:
Just key the code in to the Geocaching APP search

Sth Durras:
Sounds of the Sea GC1H6Z9  
A great spot to go fishing , surfing or just to enjoy the sounds. A small container but no room for swaps,so bring a pen. Plenty of room to run around with the Geo-siblings or Geo-buddies . If you are interested a movie was filmed in the area. See if you can find out its title ?



Batemans Bay:
Bay Sights and Sounds GC1JQV0
Enjoy the view !

Malua Bay:

Hugo's First Cache - By the Beach GC1JQV0
You won't be disappointed visiting this location!

 

This cache will bring you down to a lovely beach. There are great views and lot's of shells. The cache is hidden by the cliff in a nice spot. you will not have to bring a pen but make sure to bring trading items.



Guerilla Bay:

Burrewarra Bunker GC69NWV

Here you will find yourself at Number 17 Radar Station RAAF. This was a Royal Australian Air Force radar station formed at Burrewarra Point on 12 April 1943. The radar became operational on 29 April 1943 after initial training and setting up the radar equipment.

The radar station at Burrewarra Point monitored any enemy airborne threats during World War II. The radar equipment was housed in two concrete reinforced igloo buildings.

No. 17 Radar Station RAAF was disbanded on 4 March 1946.

Please BYO pen, and please ensure it is well covered when you leave.

Tomakin:

Melville view! GC6AX26 

Check out the our local paradise from one of the best lookouts/views on the south coast. And while your at it, try your hand at finding my cache. Good Luck!

Broulee:
Broulee Canoe Tree GC49EV5
This cache will bring you to The Broulee Canoe Tree. Take in the history of this tree, whilst passing through this area.
You are looking for a micro, with no room for swaps or a pen.


Moruya Area:
Toragy Views GC7H17V
Toragy Point lookout offers superb coastal views taking in the scenic mouth of Moruya River. In spring, bring your binoculars for whale watching as these gentle giants migrate south back towards the Southern Ocean for another summer of feeding on krill.  There is often a colony of seals playing about in the waves and on the rocks.  There are plenty of bird-watching opportunities, with the endangered little tern and hooded plover calling the area home.  Come spring, Toragy Point is enlivened with wildflowers, including coastal wattle, Banksia and Pittosporum for you to feast your eyes on.  With beaches nearby you can also use the warmer days with swimming, surfing or a bout of fishing. At the Lookout is historic Moruya Heads cemetery – a reminder of early European heritage in the area.

The cache is xsmall with no room for swaps so please bring your own pen.  This is a high muggle area at times so be stealthy.

Albert Stewart Park GC50FF9

This small park has been named after Albert Charles Stewart (1907 - 1955). He was a horseman, accidentally killed participating in rodeo activities. Take care when retrieving the cache as the bank can be slippery. There is no need to descend at all - stay on level ground.

 

After finding the cache, take the time to take a walk along the river, enjoying the views and the lovely parks. A great spot to take the kids and/or dog for a walk.

Please use stealth as the path is used by many and the park often has people practicing their Tai Chi. No room for swaps, bring your own pen.



Tuross Head: 
Canberra Troll 1 GC39RAX
Wear socks, leeches have been known to reside here...
Room for small swaps.High frequency muggle zone. Stealth required!
Bring your own pen.

Kianga:

walking track wonder GC7DXF4 

Narooma:

Narooma Rush GC8K70J

The cache is a magnetic micro cache with access from the walkway.

This cache is so named as the tide coming and going at Narooma is very strong and from this position you can witness this.


Through the Midst of the Sea GC57K16

At the mouth of Wagonga Inlet, amidst numerous beaches and lookouts this geocache is easy to find if the tide is right. Prize for FTF.

 

Exodus 14:16 "But lift thou up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand over the sea and divide it: and the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea."

At the mouth of Wagonga Inlet, this cache is located near numerous beaches and wonderful lookouts. This cache may take a little faith to get to, go when the tide is low or you might get a little wet.

Log book and pen included. Swaps also. 


A view to die for #2 GC3NGYT 
great views from this local cemetery

Tiba:
A view to die for GC3KNV9

The Tilba District cemetery is in the most stunning beachside location.

 

The Cemetery has local historic significance for its association with the local Central Tilba area early pioneers and for providing records of the families who have settled and developed the area for over a century. Aesthetically the Cemetery has local significance because of its dramatic siting - a seaside headland with the backdrop of Mount Dromedary. Socially the Cemetery has local significance for descendants of the Central Tilba area pioneering families. It has local scientific significance for its potential to contribute to an understanding of the methods of burial since the beginning of the 20th century and of the significance of burial sites in the lives of the early pioneering families.



There are lots of caches to be discovered that are FREE. If you decide you enjoy GeoCaching you might move to the APP's Premium plan that offers so many more caches for you to discover in all your travels around Australia, the World and even your own back yard.

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