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1st Pan Pacific Jamboree - Entrance
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Geocaching in Scouting is becoming more popular recently, so much so that compassing is starting to take a back seat. So to celebrate the 1st Australian Jamboree in Frankston (Only one to be attended by Founder Lord Baden Powell) I have placed a series of caches around the jamboree site. You don’t have to do these in any order. BYO Pen
You are looking for eight caches with information to find a final ninth cache, they are hidden around lots of houses, so stealth is a must and privacy must be respected.
The Final cache can be found at – S DG° HA.FGG - E CFB° HE.HGA
1st Pan Pacific Jamboree - Closing Ceremony
The location of the First cache is where the main entrance was, the large eucalyptus situated in houses 2, 6, and 12A Overport rd. are believed to have been planted alongside the main entrance before the start of the jamboree.
You are looking for a 200ml Sistema Container painted black
The Information you need is taped to the inside of the lid.
Please Re-hide as you find it.
Be aware watch your geolittlies
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:39:29 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum