The wait is over!!

The Whittlesea Event Organising Committee have gotten your camping options sorted. If you’re planning to bring your caravan, tent or swag, then head on over to our shop to book your camping spot. Camping on site is a great way to catch up with old friends and meet new ones as well as be in on all the action of the Mega! Powered sites cost only $30 per night! Unpowered sites are $20 per night. Ready to book? CLICK HERE! The finer details: There is water available nearby, but not dedicated to each site.  You will be required to supply … Continue reading The wait is over!!

The St Arnaud Event – Wrap Up

The dust has settled around St Arnaud and it’s just those last few things that the committee find themselves doing to tie off all those loose ends! What an EVENT! What a Year! Are you ready for 2020? Receipts Game Winner Congratulations to muff1 for being the winner of the receipts game. A staggering $20,830.84 was tallied in physical receipts – that’s incredible and certainly helps demonstrate the economic impact geocaching events can have in rural areas! This can be broken down into: Petrol: $3866.37; Accommodation: $7247.00; Food: $7238.13 (so many coffees); Other: $2488.21 (pharmacy, books, crafts, clothes, op shops, … Continue reading The St Arnaud Event – Wrap Up

The St Arnaud Event – follow up information

The Mega might have officially finished but we know plenty of geocachers are still out and about and as with any event there is always some follow up information! Signal Trackables Did you get a picture with Signal on Saturday and miss out on an “I Met Signal” trackable? We have a few left to send out so add your Signal image on the Geocaching Victoria Facebook page or email it to and we will randomly select 10 winners! Receipts Game Forgot to pop your receipts in the box or no longer in town to drop them at the … Continue reading The St Arnaud Event – follow up information

The St Arnaud Event – Are You Ready?

Can you believe the MEGA is about to start – are you ready? We thought this blog should consist of all the things you need to remember! What to Bring A chair (especially for Saturday night) Water bottle (refill station on site) Coffee mug (free instant coffee and tea from Rotary) Change for raffles & food (supporting local organisations) A pen (for all those caches you will find) Extra food (St Arnaud is a small town with limited trading hours for shops – please come prepared)   Apps to Download The Geocaching App (otherwise how will you find all those hundreds of caches … Continue reading The St Arnaud Event – Are You Ready?