Suggested Caching

So you’re coming to WA Goes Big in 2019 and wondering what to do caching-wise?

It’s really subjective, but we have put together a bit of a list of potential geocaches that may be of interest.

Don't forget to also check out our Night caching and Series pages for more caching opportunities.

Top Favourites within 50 km Top favourited caches within 50 kms from the WA Goes Big 2019 event site.
   
Wandoo Trail The Wandoo series is Power Trail which will take you into the countryside East of Perth. Is a chance to do a large quantity of caches in a short period of time. It has been put together by 4 cachers from the Southern Suburbs of Perth. Allied Oz, Allied Prankster, Chwiliwr and Keego_and_Chil. The Wandoo series covers approximately 300 Kilometres over sealed roads and gravel tracks, all roads are 2WD accessible.
The Kep Placed along the Kep Track, this series of caches will take you along the route of the former 3'6 WAGR railway line, and the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme pipeline. Beginning at the Mundaring Weir, the track passes through the communities of Mundaring, Mt Helena, Chidlow, Wooroloo, Wundowie, Bakers Hill and Clackline, before finishing 75km away in the town of Northam.
Kep Track This I a second shorter series to the THE KEP series. There are 12 caches in this series
FOTT Go Bush An impressive 4WD Geoart with a mixture of puzzles, wherigos, multis and letterboxes.
   
   
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