Geocaches

  1. L.E.G. 1 – Eildon

    A geocache hidden in the centre of Eildon in Central Victoria. This site also acts as a Travel Bug Hotel.

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  2. L.E.G. 2 – The Pondage

    A geocache hidden at the Pondage at Eildon.

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  3. L.E.G. 3 – Eildon Dam Wall

    This EarthCache is located at the site of the ‘Eildon Dam Wall’, a dam constructed on the Goulburn River at Eildon in the 1950s to harness water for irrigation and power generation. You will need to visit this location to source information to complete this EarthCache.

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  4. L.E.G. 4 – Foggs Lookout

    A geocache hidden at Foggs Lookout, Eildon’s primary lookout. This lookout is also known as Mount Pinniger Lookout.

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  5. L.E.G. 5 – Still Creek

    A geocache hidden near the Still Creek bridge in the Big River district.

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  6. L.E.G. 6 – Bald Hill Gap

    This is a letterbox hybrid, this cache type pays homage to an older form of scavenger hunt and as such has a very special stamp for the Lake Eildon GeoTour contained within. The stamp must remain in the cache, please do not take it. It is clearly marked as needing to remain in the cache. You should commence your search for the cache from the listed coordinates which are also a good spot to park. From here head uphill on a bearing of 174.2 degrees for 102 metres to locate the cache.

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  7. L.E.G. 7 – Jamieson

    A multi-cache. Information is sourced from Jamieson and the final location is at Corduroy Gap, between Jamieson and Howqua on the Mansfield-Jamieson Road. Corduroy Gap has roadside parking.

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  8. L.E.G. 8 – Howqua Lookout

    A geocache hidden above the Howqua Valley and Howqua River, near Jamieson, in an area known for its spectacular views.

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  9. L.E.G. 9 – Goughs Bay

    A multi-cache hidden at the township of Goughs Bay, on the eastern side of Lake Eildon.

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  10. L.E.G. 10 – Delatite

    A geocache hidden along the Delatite Plantation Road on Lake Eildon National Park. This area was originally the valley of the Delatite River before being flooded by the lake.

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  11. L.E.G. 11 – Howes Creek

    A geocache hidden along Campagnolos Road near Howes Creek.

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  12. L.E.G. 12 – Maindample

    A geocache located at the Maindample Community Park. It was established 2014 by the Victorian State Government, the Mansfield Shire, the Mansfield & District Community Bank and the Maindample community.

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  13. L.E.G. 13 – Bonnie Doon Beach

    A geocache located at the township of Bonnie Doon in Central Victoria made famous by the movie ‘The Castle’ in 1997. The movie’s greatest legacy is the lasting term ‘Serenity’ used to describe Bonnie Doon.

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  14. L.E.G. 14 – Bonnie Doon

    A geocache located at the township of Bonnie Doon in Central Victoria made famous by the movie ‘The Castle’ in 1997. The movie’s greatest legacy is the lasting term ‘Serenity’ used to describe Bonnie Doon.

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  15. L.E.G. 15 – Merton

    A multi-cache centred around the Merton Heritage Walk.

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  16. L.E.G. 16 – Yarck

    A geocache hidden at the sports ground in Yarck, a great spot to let the family including the dogs out for a run.

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  17. L.E.G. 17 – Alexandra

    A geocache located at the old Railway Station in the township of Alexandra.

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  18. L.E.G. 18 – Thornton

    A geocache located at Thornton Beach on the banks of the Goulburn River.

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  19. L.E.G. 19 – Perfect Cure Creek

    A geocache located along the Perfect Cure Creek Nature Walk, Lake Eildon National Park – Fraser Block.

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  20. L.E.G. 20 – Lake Eildon

    A puzzle marking the final step of the GeoTour. To complete this final cache you will need to pay attention along the Lake Eildon GeoTour, as you will be asked a series of questions from along your journey.

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