GPS Maze Australia Update

Hopefully by now you’ve heard the aMAZEing news that a GPS Adventure Exhibit is coming to Australia for the first time ever. In fact it’s the first time an adventure maze has ever made an appearance in the southern hemisphere! It’s free to attend at The Wangaratta Event 2021. Make sure you let us know if you are coming to the MEGA and the MAZE! We have been heartened by the response for people to come on board as a Foundation Friend of the Maze (FFOTM) supporter. Without your help the Maze would not be going ahead. Thanks a million! … Continue reading GPS Maze Australia Update

Coins, Caps and Coverings!

Have you checked out the Geocaching Victoria Shop lately? We’ve added lots of goodies recently – here are the highlights! Let’s start with those special items on sale! Our beautiful Limited Edition Wangaratta Geocoin comes in two versions, Winter and Summer. Designed by Darren at Omegaman Designs, the coins feature Clancy the Cormorant on one side and Mountains and Music on the other. This is a must-have (or maybe even two must-haves!) for your collection. Currently on sale for $35 each, they go back to the regular price of $40 on July 1st, so you’ll need to get in quick! … Continue reading Coins, Caps and Coverings!

Clancy is here!

Once again, Darren Mannix of Omegaman Designs has outdone himself with our new logo. Featuring Clancy the Cormorant rearing to go on some exciting Geocaching adventures, it also incorporates the mountains local to the area. How do you get your hands on this fabulous logo, I hear you ask? Well, the answer is easy! Visit the shop now to order your Official Wangaratta Event polo shirt. The shirt comes in both adults and kids sizes and is made from 100% polyester moisture wicking fabric so that you can stay cool and comfortable while caching as well as while sampling the … Continue reading Clancy is here!

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…