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Hidden : Sunday, 08 June 2014
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Cleve Creepy Caching

13th Annual Geocaching weekend 2014

June 7th – 9th

All Geocachers are invited to the June long weekend caching event at Cleve Eyre Peninsula

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[Event Program][Additional Events] [Cache Placement][Playing Field][Accommodation] [Reminder To All Event Goers] [Past Events] [Things to do in Cleve] [Teams & Organisers]

Location – Cleve is 528km from Adelaide (approx. 5.5 hours drive), and is 1.5 hour drive from the major regional centres of Whyalla and Port Lincoln. By Ferry Cleve is 276km drive + Ferry Time. Cleve is located on Eyre Peninsula.

For Adelaide and long Distance Travelers we recommend to break up your trip and stay overnight somewhere on the way. We have added a second check in time to cater for a safe drive. We are aware it is a long distance to travel and thank all who take the Journey, I am sure the Eyre Peninsula Cachers appreciate it as we appreciate it when they travel to other long weekends to join us.

The Cleve GZ is located next to the towns main street, will be the hub for all event activities. There are camping facilities on site, including powered sites in the RV park.

Event Program

Friday Afternoon
- Setup for those who arrive early.
- Organise your own meals.


Saturday morning 10am-11am also for long distance travelers 1pm – 2pm
- sign in
- Pay up $25 per team (individual Geocaching team not combined playing teams) for the weekends activities.
- Pay for dinner if attending and receive your dinner vouchers and breakfast vouchers.
then meet, greet and brief.

Each team will be given caches to temporarily place in the playing field, the number will depend on how many attend the event. See Cache Placement below for more details.
A photo game will take place on Saturday and Sunday. Details of game will be in your event pack.
Other games will be in your event pack so read carefully the instructions to participate

Kids don’t forget your kids pack as you have your own games to play on the weekend.

Saturday Early Evening 4pm
- Return to GZ with your cache placement co-ordinates.
- Quarantine GPSrs or Memory cards. (See
Reminders below for more details on this)
- Games for kids and adults can mingle and brag about their caching exploits.

Saturday Evening 6pm
- A dinner event to be organised


Sunday Early morning 8:30 am
- Bacon and egg sandwich and coffee/tea at GZ. Ensure you bring your voucher.

Sunday 9am
- group photo.

Sunday 9:10am
- you will receive your Gps or Gpx files. You will be given 15 minutes to ensure your unit or file is all okay. We recommend you bring your electronic equipment to test the file etc. this time is allocated to ensure no one is disadvantage by errors or mistakes. Please be patient during this time.

Sunday 9:25am
- Event Briefing and Booklet table uncovering

Sunday 9:30am
- Cache hunting to start

Sunday 4pm - All caching to be finished.
- See Door check in time keeper first

-There will be severe point deduction for not being back on time. 1 point per minute

- Logbooks and caches returned to GZ.
- There are points for CITO cachers who bring back bags of rubbish. The CITO Bags will be Just outside so make sure you get your stamp before you enter.
- There will be points for picking up your temporary cache after the completion of caching.

(please be aware it can take up to 5minutes just to get in the door so please allow time to line up)

Sunday Early evening 4:30 pm
- Self Cater tea

Sunday evening 6:30 pm
- Geocacher's Presentation night
This years theme is Creepy, Scary and Spooky (13th event)
- Basket supper and prize presentations.

****Please Note****

Each team should bring a wrapped prize to the value of $10-$15 for the awards ceremony. If you are playing as a combined teams and want each team to receive a prize then bring prizes equal to what you would take.
Please leave your gift when you register on the Saturday.

Monday morning
- recovery, clean up and drive home.

Additional Events

Keep a view on the local area of Cleve for additional events

- Saturday June 7th is World Flash Mob day.


Cache Placement

There will be caches hidden on the Saturday by those participating in the event. The number of caches to be hidden by each team will depend on the number of participating teams.

The temporary caches supplied to the teams will be hidden on the Saturday and retrieved after the hunt on the Sunday.

Caches placement is to be within the guidelines for placing a Traditional 3 star cache. Whilst clever hides contribute to the event you should be mindfull of the opportunity for people to find a large number of caches on the day. Therefore accuracy in your waypoint is also important . It you have never placed a cache don’t hesitate to ask for some advise. We Have advisors available that are very experienced in june long weekends.. The traditional cache will need to be at a minimum about 10 cm in length. Contents of the temporary cache will be placed in the traditional cache and retrieved along with the other temporary caches at the end of the hunt.

The temporary caches can be camouflaged and there were many great examples of this over the years from interesting plumbing right through to memorial sites and cow pats. The camouflaging will need to be able to hide something the size of a small Milo tin or a rectangular take away food container. Cache dimensions are shown in the image below.

**** Please Note ****


After you have collected your cache at the end of the event if you do not plan to have it as a permanent cache you can display it on the best cache award table, where each person will be given a voting sheet on the award night. If you plan to have your cache permanently you can take a digital photo and we can add it to our photo stream to display for voting.Each winner will receive a prize.

 5 categories will be voted on –

1-       Best Natural Camo

2-       Best Unnatural camo

3-       Most entertaining Cache

4-       Most Creative Cache

5-       Most Effort Cache

*** A single Cache can only win one category ***

Playing Field
Will be uploaded soon and given out on day.


On site is 8 powered sites with option for shared powered sites, unlimited unpowered camping sites.

Onsite Powered $20 per night for two people, each additional person $5.

Onsite unpowred $15/van/tent per night for two people, each additional person is $5.

Under 5 years free for both powered or unpowered.


Reminders to all event goers

Cachers are reminded to bring Camera if available.

If you have a PC cable (USB or Serial) for your GPS please make sure it is available for upload and download.
We will also accept memory cards (SD, XD, micro SD, ect.) if you want to retain your GPS for overnight caching.

Your GPS will be cleared of all files before uploaded game coordinates, please be aware you may need to backup your GPS prior to quarantine.

If you must bring a dog keep it on a lead and watchful eye.
Dogs are not to be brought into the Venue.
You must clean up after your dog.

The local police will be notified of the event so they will be able to respond to any queries by locals.

We want this to be a safe event for all concerned anyone charged with a road traffic act will be disqualified from the game.

Drive safe and observe speed limit.
There are going to be a lot of children out there this weekend.

Past Events

If you haven't been to one of these before check out all the fun Geocachers have had with previous events.

GC41BC - Clare Caching Capers by Lyn and Gavin

GCF8E6 - SA-Geocachers "Geo-caping" weekend by Team Piggy

GCJC9A - The Remarkable Winter Caching Event by Gunnell & Pandaabear

GCN6XC - Fourth Festive Frolic Weekend by alex

GCTR53 - Cap-Under Caching Classic by Freddo and Team

Mt Gambier
GC11VAE - Caves, Craters and Caches by SECS

GC1949Q - Cosy Corner Caching by Pirate Parrotheads & Freddo Frogs

GC1MV9E - Heart of Yorke by Pirate Parrotheads & Freddo Frogs

GC276RY - Jolly Jamestown Jaunt on June LWE 2010 by Alex Freddo TeamHurtle thewhitedoggang

GC2PWBC - Copper Coast Caching - 10th JLW Event by YP Geocachers

GC3FXFG - Clare Caching Capers II by Team Ermalesh on behalf of all the Organisers

GC4A71Y – Friendly Fleurieu Frolic by JLW Organisers

Things to do in Cleve

Currently 15 caches within 10 km radius. There will be more published prior to event.

- Yeldulkine Wier & Reservoir

- TickleBelly Hill Lookout

- Wangaraleednie Ruins

- Centenary Park

- All in your Event Pack


Event Director - Mr McKee Clan
Treasurer- Travellinbees
Event Secretary – Mrs McKee Clan
Safety Officer – The Burtons
Game Master - Freddo
Head of Catering – White Dog Gang
Accommodation manager – McKee Clan
Technical manager – Alex
Awards Manager – Postiegirl06
General Committee – The Kettles

Muffy and Co
Delta Ducks
I, dax

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