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2y'stassies: Now that all teams which attended have logged their attendance, it is time to retire this event. Thanks to all who came and those who contributed to an enjoayble gathering.


9 Months & 1 Week Till The Big One At St Arnaud

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Hidden : Sunday, 10 February 2019
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Size: Size:   other (other)

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10 February 2019, 12:00 - 13:00

If you have attended one of the MEGA Events organised by Geocaching Victoria in the last four years, you would have experienced a great two days of learning about geocaching, catching up with those who you have met before, meeting people for the first time, swapping pathtags and, of course, quality geocaching.

Well the next big event is in St Arnaud on November 16 & 17 2019 and is called "The St Arnaud Event". It is not to be missed because the cachers of this area are planning a great program and many geocaches to add to the very high quality caches already hidden in and around St Arnaud. The event has already been published and you can view it HERE

The "9 Month & One Week Till the Big One At St Arnaud" event is being held in Devonport to enable cachers in Northern Tasmania, and visitors who may be passing through, the opportunity to gather information about MEGAs in general and the St Arnaud Event in particular. This information event will be held on:

Sunday 10 February from 12:00 to 13:00

Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, Victoria Parade, Devonport

Sausages, onions, bread and sauce will be provided.

Please bring your own drinks and, if required, your own chair.

Everyone is welcome, even if you can only come for a few minutes. 

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