2018 South Australian Geocaching Awards
Sunday, 31 March 2019
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31 March 2019, 14:00 - 17:00
Each year the SA geocaching community comes together to recognise great new caches at the SA Geocaching Awards (SAGA) event. Save the date so you can join the fun and support the hiders who have been nominated.
The 2018 SAGA awards will be held on Sunday 31 March 2019, from 2pm to 5pm at Linde Reserve (corner of Payneham Rd/Nelson St, St Peters).
Bring a chair or take a seat on the grass and enjoy the sausage sizzle courtesy of the committee (please post your ‘Will Attend’ so we know approximate numbers). The awards will again be presented “Academy” style by volunteers from the caching community, so let the committee know if you’re happy to present.
Voting form - available now!
If you want to see a full listing of all caches that made it to the final voting list, please visit this bookmark page: SAGA 18 Nominations
Awards are decided by the SA Geocaching community who first nominate and then vote on their favourite caches placed in 2018. This year’s award categories are:
• Best overall cache of 2018
• Best traditional cache
• Best multi cache
• Best unknown/puzzle cache
• Best event
• Best earthcache
• Best letterbox hybrid
• Best wherigo
• Best regular container
• Best large container
• Best virtual
• Best new series
• Best brain teaser (real puzzles of at least 3 star)
• Most adventurous cache (must be over 3.5 star terrain rating)
• Best cache hider of the year
• Best newcomer cache of the year
Nominations will be open until 24 February and voting between 1-18 March. We will update the event listing with links to the forms, so be sure to check back regularly.
For more information about the SAGAs including previous winners and rules/guidelines, visit the Geocaching SA website here.
We look forward to seeing you on the 31st March!
And here are your winners for 2018!
(No hints available.)
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