What is in a geocache?
Geocache boxes come in all different shapes and sizes. They can be anything, but they are usually small, weatherproof boxes made of metal, wood, or plastic. You might find a camouflaged Altoids tin, a can of mixed nuts, or an ammo box. The cache will be hidden (but not buried) in a safe, non-intrusive place.
If you were the child who loved a scavenger hunt then get ready to meet the 21st-century equivalent.
Whilst the modern counterpart may require a smartphone and the Geocaching app, it still shares the fee-free element.
Download the app and instantly join the world's largest scavenger hunt. Enjoy the rush of feeling like a child again as you trail for geocaches, they could be hidden around the corner from your home, or located near a wondrous national park.
Whatever you find, happy hunting.
No matter what your day looks like, there's always a way to have fun when you get yourself outside into the fresh air.
Whether it's gazing into the night sky or trekking through the bush in search of adventure.
No matter what you pick, revel in the fun you find, feeling safe in the fact that this activity won't break your bank.
What are two things you should do when you locate a cache?
Once you find the cache, sign the logbook, exchange one item and put everything back like you found it. Follow the most basic rule of geocaching: Leave No Trace during your hunt.