1st Pan Pacific Jamboree - Playing Field
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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
This park is part of what was called the Playing Field. WP1 will take you to a small Play Equipment. You only need to work with the Equipment with the Abacus
A = How many Balls
B = Colours Represented
C = Windows in Green Walls (Both/Total)
D = Rungs in the Ladder
E = A – 3
F = C + B - 10
G = E – D H = D Halved
Now go to S38 FE.GHH E145 FG.DDC
Has Changed as of 16 Jan 2011
You are looking for a 200ml Sistema Container
The Information you need is taped to the inside of the lid.
Please Re-hide as you find it.
Now a Skittles Container clue changed.
Onfr bs oenapu, ba n 45 qrterr natyr
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum