Wangaratta Mega Delayed til Jan 2022

With the ever evolving covid situation in Victoria, we have made the tough decision to delay the Wangaratta Mega until January 2022. A decision such as this, is never made lightly but the welfare of our Geocaching Community is at the forefront of our mind. I am sure that this news will be received with mixed emotions, but we really hope that you can join us in the New Year. With the support of the Wangaratta Council and our sponsors, we have managed to secure a new date. The Mega, the GPS Maze and all associated events will go ahead … Continue reading Wangaratta Mega Delayed til Jan 2022

Something special this way comes…

We are pleased to announce that we have a very special, very limited, new set of pathtags for you from the Wangaratta Event. Designed by Darren from Omegaman Designs, these beautiful pathtags feature five Endangered Australian animals. The Australian Painted Snipe inhibits shallow, often temporary, wetlands in Victorian and New South Wales. It feeds overnight on seeds and small invertebrates, which it scoops up in its spoonlike bill. Also known as Trout Cod, the Bluenose Cod is so endangered that the only existing self-sustaining population is in the Seven Creeks system near Euroa. New populations are being seeded in the … Continue reading Something special this way comes…

Walks in the Warby

So, you’ve marked your calendars and booked your camping for The Wangaratta Event. What are you going to do when you get there? Why don’t you check out the nearby Warby-Ovens National Park? While the Ovens River section of the park has some great fishing spots, the Warby Range features beautiful forest and many walking and mountain bike trails. And they’re peppered liberally with close-to-the-track caches! What more could you want? If you’re after a long hike, then the Ridge Track is the one for you. Starting from Taminick Stile and ending at the Mt Glenrowan Lookout it features stunning … Continue reading Walks in the Warby