Geotalk Podcast Archive

The podcast for geocachers 'down under'. It contains news about geocaching in Australia and New Zealand, interviews with Australian and New Zealand geocachers, tips on finding geocaches, and competitions.

Darren Osborne aka Spindoc Bob pioneered the combination of geocaching and podcasts. They were published between 2007 and 2014. This collection of podcasts are part of his legacy to the future geocaching community.

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#104

Geotalk discovers which famous Australian has been out geocaching, we get some of your geocaching resolutions for 2014 and we travel to East Cape in New Zealand.

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#103

Geotalk packs its bags, jumps into the car and heads into western New South Wales to go on a four-day geocaching road trip to Broken Hill. 

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#102

Geotalk gets attacked by Sydney's cicadas as we talk about the tenth anniversary of EarthCaching, geocaching in the Blue Mountains and hear a funny story from radionut50 in New Zealand.

WE WANT YOUR NEW YEAR GEO-RESOLUTION

You can send in content, questions, feedback to [email protected] call in on (02) 800 50 436 (+61 2 800 50 436 from NZ), or post it our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/geotalk.

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#101

In this episode Geotalk attends the NZ Mega Event in Auckland, uncovers an amazing expedition to China by a group from Melbourne geocachers and we get a geocaching milestone call in from Italy.

You can send in content, questions, feedback to [email protected] or call in on (02) 800 50 436 (+61 2 800 50 436 from NZ). Also visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/geotalk.

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#100

In Episode 100 Geotalk learns how to make a Georoadbook, we hear from SeaBreezeOz travelling around Australia and we get an update from the second NZ Mega Event.

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#99

Geotalk gets an update on the next NZ Mega Event and we prepare for a geocaching streak throughout August.

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#98

Geotalk looks at a new type of geocache, we uncover some Geoart geocaches in Australia and speak to former Australian reviewer - The Ump.

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#97

Geotalk says thank you to a long time Australian reviewer, we polish off some challenging NZ cache trails and visit some geocaches with the ANZAC spirit.

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#96

GPS navigation heads indoors, we review the Garmin Fenix GPS receiver and speak to the first finder of the 2 millionth active geocache in this edition of Geotalk - the podcast for geocachers 'down under'.

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#95

We explore a new file format for storing millions of geocaches into your GPS receiver, uncover 101 Devil geocache designs and learn how GNSS is being used to track Drop Bears.

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#94

In this episode of Geotalk we discover how Scouts Australia is getting into geocaching, get some great tips of becoming a FTF hound, and we go geocaching via Youtube in New Zealand and Mongolia.

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#93

In this special edition of Geotalk we head to the South Island of New Zealand to take part in the first NZ Mega Event.

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#92

Geotalk gets some great tips geocaching for Android phone users, ask 'When is a cache placed in a bad location?', and make final preparations for the First NZ Mega event.

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#91

Geotalk talks to iamapom about a reward to find the missing Australian APE caches, we get the answer to how best to store maps offline on an Android phone, and five steps to writing a better log.

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#90

In this episode of Geotalk we dive deep into the world of OpenStreetMap, we ask how many geocaches are there in the Pacific, and we look at how to complete the Jasmer challenge.

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#89

Geotalk chats to WanderingCacher about a geocaching trail in South Australia, we check out a few geocaches in Cambodia and ask how prepared are you when you go geocaching?

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#88

In this episode we recall what geocaching was like in the 19th century, we hear about an adventure in Alaska and get an update on the NZ Mega.

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#87

Geotalk heads to the middle of Port Philip Bay, previews an event to discuss a Mega in South Australia and the return of Google maps to geocaching.com.

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#86

Geotalk speaks to the organiser of the Big Little event in Victoria, we ponder the future of the ammo can, and ask how can you be a better hider?

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#85

In this edition of Geotalk we take you to the 2nd Oz Mega Event in Albury, New South Wales.

A big thank you to the organisers and to everyone who appears on the podcast.

Did you attend? Call in your experience to (02) 800 50 436 or record and attach to an email ([email protected]).

#84

In this edition of Geotalk we get a final update from the 2nd Oz Mega event, hear a tip on how to keep Google Maps on your geocaching.com page and announce the winner of the 101Geo competition.

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#83

In this edition of Geotalk we hear from a geocacher who got more than he bargained for on an FTF hunt, we ask 'What happened to the maps on geocaching.com?' and 'What happened to the Geomate jr?'.

You have a few days left to submit your entry into the 101Geo online geocaching store competition. Submit your photo before 29 February 2012 and you have the chance to win a $200 voucher to spend at 101Geo. Head to www.facebook.com/101geo for more information.

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#82

In the first episode of Geotalk for 2012 we travel to the top of Australia, remind you of an important date on the geocaching calendar, and tell you how you can turn your geocaching photo into a fantastic prize.

The competition is being held in conjunction with Alan from 101Geo online geocaching store. Submit your photo before 29 February 2012 and you have the chance to win a $200 voucher to spend at 101Geo. Head to www.facebook.com/101geo for more information.

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#81

In this Christmas edition of Geotalk we speak to one of the creators of Munzee, ask for your thoughts on Opencaching.com and get into the Christmas spirit geocaching style.

Don't forget to visit our Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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#80

In this episode of Geotalk we ask whether Groundspeak has turned its back on thegeocaching community, explore some of the features in GSAK version 8 and announce the winners of our Geostuff.com.au competition.

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#79

Geotalk gets an update on the NZ mega event, we hear from an Australian in Peru and we give you the final clue in our Geostuff.com.au competition.

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#78

Kia Ora from 'The land of the long white cloud'. Geotalk heads to New Zealand for a whirlwind tour of Auckland, Hamilton and Wellington to grab some historic Kiwi geocaches, night caching with some Waikato locals and witness humiliation at the hands of the Irish.

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#77

This month we honour a changing of the guard at the top of the Australian Geocaching ladder, give you the second clue to our fantastic Geostuff.com.au competition and hear from a geocacher who has meet a person who really has travelled everywhere.

Don't forget our fantastic competition thanks to Carl and the crew at Geostuff.com.au.?? First prize is a Magellan Explorist GC and second prize is a on-year Geocaching.com premium membership gift card?.

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#76

Geotalk speaks to one of the organisers of the Albury Oz Mega Event, we put forward our thoughts on Challenges and we announce a great new competition courtesy of Geostuff.com.au.

To enter, you must identify the mystery person hidden in the clues provided. After the October podcaste (Episode 78), send your entry to [email protected] From the correct entries, the first randomly drawn person will win a Magellan Explorist GC, and the second will win a one-year Geocaching.com premium membership gift card. Listen to the podcast to find your first clue.

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#75

Geotalk has a quick peek at Munzee, gets a quick update on the Mega events in Australia and New Zealand, and we give you the chance to win not one, but two, prizes.

We have a copy of Geocaching in Australia magazine from Australian Geocaching Essentials to give away to six people. Send a twitter message with @geotalkpodcast and #geocaching in the message, before 15 August, to go into the draw to win.

There is also a Snoopy geocoin courtesy of Jockaroo.com.au to be won. Call or write in with your dog-related geocaching moment. Don't forget our number is (02) 800 50 436 and email is [email protected]

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#74

Geotalk travels to New Zealand to attend the Timaru Celebrating Milestone event, head to the Nullabour to find a little Twillite and finish in Mandurah for the recent WWFM event.

Call in your audio to (02) 800 50 436 or email it to [email protected] And check out the Kangaroo TB from Geo-what? Geo-stuff?

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#73

In this episode of Geotalk we find Queensland's oldest geocache, get a useful tip on managing databases in GSAK and we hear some of your memorable geocache finds.

Dvixen from Geo-what? Geo-stuff? is looking for a name for her Kangaroo TB. Email your nomination to [email protected] before 20 June 2011. The best entry will win a prize from Geo-what? Geo-stuff?

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#72

Geotalk travels to Canberra for the 10th anniversary of ACT caching, gets an update on the NZ earthquake fundraiser, and discovers who are the most profilic puzzle cachers in Australia and New Zealand.

Competition: Call in your most memorable geocache find to (02) 800-50-436. Three lucky people will win a TB/Micro cache prize pack courtesy of Geowhat? Geostuff.

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#71

Geotalk speaks to an expert about GPS hacking, jamming and general vulnerability, provide an update on the next Australian mega event and we welcome a listener from the other side of the world.

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#70

Radionut50 joins an intrepid group of New Zealand geocachers as they attempt to set a new Australasian 24-hour record.

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#69

Good news about geocaching in NSW National Parks, hear about two geocaches that got swept away in the recent floods and we discover Australia's first well rounded hider.

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Donate to the Queensland Premier's Flood Appeal or Red Cross Australia

#68

In this episode we discover the voice of Karen from the Garmin in-car GPS, check out the leaderboards in Australia and NZ, and hear some of your Gocaching New Year resolutions.

You can support the podcast by making a donation via the PayPal link in the right-hand column.

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#67

In this episode we check out the Mega events planned for Australia and New Zealand, open the Pandora's box that is Opencaching.com, and ask for your 2011 geocaching resolutions.

Looking forward to hearing your 2011 geocaching resolution. Call it in on (02) 800 50 436 or email us at [email protected]

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#66

In this episode we join two Victorians attempting to find 10 cache types in one day, send out an alert to geocachers in the NSW Central Coast and we ask you what you'd like Santa to put in your stocking this Christmas.

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#65

In this episode of Geotalk we track down a travel bug hiding in the US, we pick apart Garmin's latest geocaching offering and we discover Australia's most verbose logger.

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Don't forget to visit geostuff.com.au for your geocaching supplies.

#64

Discover an exciting geocache trail through the Australian outback, hear about Garmin's birds eye service, and we uncover some of your sneaky caching stories.

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#63

In this episode of Geotalk we have some good news from Tidbinbilla, an update from New Zealand and ask you to send in your sneaky geocaching stories.

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Don't forget to visit geostuff.com.au for your geocaching supplies.

#62

 

Geotalk listeners call in with their winter caching tips, first to finds and milestones. If you have one of your own, phone it in on (02) 8005 0436 or email [email protected]

Follow Geotalk on Twitter.

 

Thank you to Carl (imapom) from www.geostuff.com.au for the donation of a prize.

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#61

Hear how a council in the UK is paying someone to be a professional geocacher, Spindoc Bob rescues a travel bug stuck in the wild and Radionut50 gives us the latest in geocaching news from New Zealand. Plus we feature The Travel Bugs.

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For your chance to win a Geostuff.com.au prize pack, send in your winter geocaching tip to us. Call (02) 800 50 436 or email [email protected]

 

#60

On this episode of Geotalk we hear from a prankster at the Wagga Mega event, discover why NSW Parks is reviewing its geocaching policy and find out why Australia's first geocacher has never found a geocache.

Our thanks for Pathtags.com for donating the prize for this episode.

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#59

Geotalk presents highlights of the Oz Mega Wagga mega event held over the Easter 2010 long weekend.

If you have any reflections on the Mega Event, please call them into (02) 800 50 436 or email [email protected].

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Oz Mega Wagga Wagga listing on geocaching.com

Caching Australia video from the Mega Event

 

#58

In this bonus mid-month episode we go geocaching in a hot-air, discover how you could go geocaching in Antarctica and list the top 10 essentials for the Wagga Wagga Mega Event.

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#57

In this episode we cross the Tasman to chat with New Zealand's highest find cachers, meet one of NZ's oldest active caters and introduce our first Kiwi geocaching update.

Plus we announce the winner of the iPod Shuffle contest and annouce our new Pathtags contest.

Psst! Want to get a $10 discount on your Pathtag starter kit and score a free T-shirt? Go to www.pathtags.com, complete your order and enter the promo code mentioned in the podcast (you'll have to listen to hear it).

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Thank you to our podcast supporter Geocache Store Australia. Visit them for your geocaching supplies.

Send in your feedback to [email protected] or call (02) 800 50 436.

#56

 

In this episode we speak to the co-founder of Pathtags, listen to how Geotalk listeners pronounce their hobby and we give you the chance to win an iPod.

iPod competition: To win the iPod Shuffle, go to the iTunes entry for Geotalk (must have iTunes on your computer) and leave a review for the podcast by 28 February 2010. One reviewer, from the Australian or New Zealand iTunes store, will be randomly drawn to win the prize. The draw will include previous reviewers.

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Thank you to our podcast supporter Geocache Store Australia. Visit them for your geocaching supplies.

Send in your feedback to [email protected] or call (02) 800 50 436.

 

 

 

#55 Geotalk gets an update on the Oz Mega Wagga Event, we give you a tip on keeping moisture out of caches, and reopen the debate on 'cash' vs 'caysh'.

If you're coming to the OZ MEGA Wagga Wagga event, please head to www.rivcache.com to register and receive the latest information on what's happening.

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#54

Geotalk speaks to the new holders of the Australian 24 hour record holders, we get a few milestones from listeners and a caching tip from Team Casho.

Call the Geotalk hotline on (02) 800 50 436 or email [email protected]

Last minute geocaching Xmas gift? Visit Geocache Store Australia.

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#53

Geotalk joins SA ParrotHead for YumCha, Norkmeister reaches a milestone in Canberra and we look at how to enter coords and project a waypoint with your GPS.

Send in your contribution to [email protected] or dial (02) 800-50-436 and could could go into the draw to win a prize Geocache Store Australia.

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#52 Geotalk discovers how University of Melbourne researchers are improving turn-by-turn instructions, we travel down the south coast of NSW and announce the winners of the Keeper of Time competition.

Every email or call goes into the draw to win a prize from Geocache Store Australia. Call now on (02) 8005 0436.

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#51 Geotalk catches up with an Australian geocacher living in the US, we get a quick review on the Geocache Navigator and discover that human really do walk in circles.

Big thank you to Martin Hancock for the new theme music.

The podcast is supported by Geocache Store Australia.

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#50

Geotalk talks to Keeper of Time from Victoria, we introduce the GC Vote grease monkey script for rating geocaching and we hear of a story that ended with a police visit.

To win one of the time pieces shown on the right, courtesy of Keeper of Time, tell us a geocaching story associated with the theme 'Time'. Call it in on (02) 800 50 436 or email it to [email protected] Your entry must in before 31 August 2009.

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  • Groundspeak brings back kml file for Google Earth
  • Earthcaching announcement regarding bronze and silver masters
  • Events
  • GC Vote for geocaching.com
  • TB travel passport from Texas Geocaching

    • #49

      Geotalk chats to Warren from Apisphere about the Geomate Jr, Caught @ work tells us about the updates to the Geocaching Australia website and we bring you the story of a lost and found geocoin.

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      #48 Firesafe tells Geotalk about his record breaking geocaching run and creator of The Hidden Park, Paul Kane, talks about his great iPhone application.

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      #47

      Geotalk talks to Tracy Trost about his geocaching film 'Find Me', we tackle a Where I Go geocache and work out a clever way to update our GSAK database.

      Remember, we're always on the look out for audio (particularly intros), so call in on (02) 800-50-436. Our email address is [email protected]

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      #46

      In this episode of Geotalk we look at cache maintenance and placement, Tronador and Altaire visit 2 Lost Souls in Central Australia and we get a geocaching tip from New Zealand.

      Note: New email address [email protected]

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    • WWFM V Bookmark list - Australian first on top of list
    • Geocaching.com Caching along a route
    • Geocaching Australia Google Earth Wiki page
    • Geocaching Australia Google Maps
    • Geomate Jr GPS device
    • Find me trailer on YouTube
    • Splinterheads geocaching trailer on Youtube
    • Geocaching NSW association
    • Tronador and Altaire's NT cache finds
    • New Zealand Recreational GPS Society
    • Most found caches in Australia and New Zealand
    • #45 The creator of Walk like a Geocacher tells Geotalk about an upcoming video and geocache series, we get the latest update from Riverina Caching regarding the 2010 Mega Event and learn how to download routable OSM maps for your Garmin.

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      #44

      The Spindoctor and Webguy head to Canberra to check in on a cache and bag a record in the process. Join them for the ride.

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      #43

      Geotalk talks to CraigD about his well rounded cacher experience, part 2 of our catch up with Liz and Bruce, and some audio from the Clean up Australia Day CITO in Bundeena.

      Don't forget, send in a geocaching tip by emailing your audio file to geotalk AT mac.com or call (02) 800 50 436 to win a packet of Fire Tacks courtesy of Geocache Store Australia.

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      #42

      Hear from Marcus Vitruvius and DJ Geodog Rascal, geogypsies Liz and Bruce and get an update on the Wagga Wagga mega event.

      There is also the winner of the Geotalk Facebook competition, another GSAK tip, and why McDonalds is a geocacher's best friend.

      Don't forget, send in a geocaching tip by emailing your audio file to geotalk AT mac.com or call (02) 800 50 436. The best three entries win a packet of Fire Tacks courtesy of Geocache Store Australia.

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      GSAK Tip

      If you export to the GPSr using the code %con1%typ1%drop2 for your cache name it will drop the GC portion of the code and replace it with letters giving you the size and type of the cache so a MTXXXXX would be a micro traditional cache, RMXXXXX would be a regular multi cache.

      #41

      Geotalk spends Australia Day at Darling Harbour with Macandrita, Damo finds a cache on Lake Titicaca and The Organist gives some great GSAK tips.

      We also discuss China building its own GPS network, law enforcement geocachers, the new South Africa to Australia TB race and who has found the most geocaches in Australia/New Zealand in a single day.

      Don't forget to leave a voicemail at (02) 800 50 436 or email geotalk AT mac.com.

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      #40 Geotalk chats to Big Matt (from Big Matt and Shell) from Queanbeyan, NSW, we attend the Intervening Days event in Melton and give you a quick tip for finding caches close to an event. Don't forget to leave a voicemail at (02) 800 50 436 or email geotalk AT mac.com.

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      #39

      Hear about LordBritish's geocache under the sea and travel bug in space, The Spindoctors find Victoria's oldest geocache and Searchwise015 tells us about geocaching in Far North Queensland.

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      #38

      In this episode we look at waywarking, speaking to Blue Quaser from Ontario, Canada, and Pensive Travellers from Newcastle. Our thanks to Ontario Geocaching Podcast for assisting with this episode.

      Subscribe to the Geotalk YouTube channel before midnight on 13 December 2008 (Sydney time) and you could win an Ernie's Edelweiss geocoin.

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      #37 Papa Bear Left opens up his geocaching bag of tricks, Tronador conquers the Mattens, while Big Matt sits atop Canberra's Horizon and Wagga Wagga invites you to Australia's Geocaching Mega Event.

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      #36 Rabbitto tells us about geocaching in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, [email protected] talks about the latest geocaching game - The Well Rounded Cacher - and discover how to use your mobile phone to search geocache lists.

      Call us on (02) 800 50 436 and leave a message for the show or email [email protected].

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      1. XoE videos on Geotalk video
      2. Vote for your favourite XoE video
      3. Changes to geocaching.com
      4. GPS mission game
      5. Rabbitto profile
      6. Great Eastern Geocaching Project cache trail
      7. Mobile Geocaching Australia website for mobiles
      8. Well rounded cacher game
      #35

      Geotalk talks to RoundCircle about geocaching in the Victorian Goldfields and at night, and we give you some tips for a successful geocache hunt.

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      #34 Geotalk speaks to Shauna from Groundspeak about Where I Go, Virtuals and Waymarking, we congratulate one of our approvers on reaching a milestone and talk you through how to create a caches along a route pocket query.

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      #33

      The last round of audio clues for the XoE series of geocaches are available. We speak to the evil behind these caches, [email protected], discuss the GeoSportz and Well Rounded cacher games, chat with Big Matt from Canberra and hear about Tronador's trip pursuing Cliffhanger.

      Haven't purchased a Geotalk geocoin yet? Less than 20 remain. Page for Australian purchasers and for International.

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      #32

      Geotalk chats to 2LegDrive about the Spot Navigator, we walk through the city of Sydney with The Mad Russian, and we pay tribute to one of Australia's great geocachers.

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      #31

      Geotalk chats to mos6510 about an innovative geocache, learn how to beat the competition in those FTF chases, and listen to the first set of audio clues for a new set of geocaches being released around the country.

      Got something to something to add to the show? Email geotalk AT mac.com or call (02) 800 50 436 (GEO)

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      #30

      Hear how Flipper and Co reached an amazing 222 days of consecutive caching, a review of the Nokia N95 and find out who won the gold Geotalk geocoin.

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      #29

      Discover how GPS is being used at a new green cemetary in Lismore, listen to one of Australia's first geocachers Embi and celebrate a range of milestones.

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      #28

      Geotalk travels to Albury-Wodonga to chat with Marcus Vitruvius and then on to Tasmania to find out more about the Geocaching Association of Tasmania.

      A big thank you to those people who have made Geotalk a featured podcast on the iTunes Australia store. Don't forgot that you can win a Geotalk geocoin by leaving a comment on the iTunes Australia or New Zealand store.

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      #27 Geotalk continues its discussion with Zytheran about puzzle caches (including tips on how to solve them), we found out what are the most unloved geocaches in Australia, and announce the new geocoin.

       

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      #26

      Zytheran provides an insight into his puzzle caches ways, the winners of the ACT cache of the year awards are announced and we mention changes in the approval of geocaches in NSW National Parks.

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      #25 Discover what happened in Auckland when the police surrounded a geocache, listen to [email protected] talk through the latest updates on the Geocaching Australia website and my list of safe geocaching tips.
      #24

      Geotalk comes to you from the Podcacher studios in San Diego, where we talk to Sonny and Sandy (aka iTrax and Foxtail), point out the GCA funding topic on the forums and announce the winner of the spinner geocoin for the New Year's resolution competition.

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      #23

      Geotalk gets into the clandestine world of urban geocaching with Sydney cacher Philma and we read and hear some of your geocaching New Year resolutions.

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      #22

      Geotalk talks to SA Parrothead from Adelaide, offer a free spinner geocoin, revisit the topic of snakes in summer, preview some New Year events and read out some of your emails.

      To win the South Pointing Chariot Geocoin, send in your New Year's geocaching resolution as an email (either written or recorded as mp3), or call it in to (02) 800 50 436.

      You have until Saturday, 26 January 2008. The winner will be selected at random.

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      #21

      Baby gopher talks about geocaching in the NSW Riverina, we go on an audio tour in search of Daylight, preview events in the lead up to Christmas.

      You can send in audio to Geotalk by calling (02) 800 50 436 or emailing [email protected].

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      #20

      Freddo from Adelaide talks about his geocaching experiences, we preview events around the country, and I discuss OpenStreetMap.

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      OpenStreetMap

      #19 Murphy78 chats about caching in the Riverina region of NSW, Geoaware talks about the birth of Earthcaches and we get a few guest call-ins.
      #18

      Geotalk speaks to PostieGirl06 from the wine growing region of South Australia, ctaches up with the human travel bugs Liz and Bruce, and previews events around the country.

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        #17

        Catch up with one of Victoria's profilic geocachers, acts2youthgroup, learn about Wagga's geocaching history with Roostaman, and hear my five tips of geocaching.

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        #16

        Dubbo long weekend event special.

        Geocacher profile with Postman Pat, geowives and Team Crow. Interviews by Pesky and Mix.

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        #15

        The Wackys from Adelaide, Part 2 of Waymarking (creating a waymark) and a few event previews feature in Episode 15 of Geotalk.

        Once again, Geotalk has a new domain (www.geotalkpodcast.com) and a voicemail number. Call and leave feedback, comments or any old rant on (02) 800 50 436.

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        #14

        In Episode 14 of Geotalk we talk to Dooghan, The UMP discusses the role of a cache reviewer, and Mix and I chat about Waymarking, including categories, and finding and logging waymarks.

        Don't forget Geotalk has a new domain (www.geotalkpodcast.com) and a voicemail number. Call and leave feedback, comments or any old rant. The number is (02) 800 50 436 or 800 50 GEO. Overseas listeners should call +61 2 800 50 436.

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        #13

        In this episode of Geotalk we talk to Bear_Left, talked to Cached about the game River Deep Mountain High and finish with a song from the Podcacher.com podcast (congrats on your 100th podcast guys).

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        #12

        In this episode of Geotalk we talk to Clockwise, discuss caching with your mobile phone, Mix chats with participants at the Old Brush event and you'll hear a sneak peak at Geotalk video edition 3.

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        #11

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Grank from Central Coast NSW
        • Argustuft about wheelchair geocaching
        • Andyayre creator of Handicaching.com

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        #10

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Bewilderbeast from Canberra
        • Wheelchair access about wheelchair geocaching
        • Highlights from the Canberra Geocache of the Year event

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        #9

        Geocacher profile with Maccamob from Victoria
        CraigRat reveals the winners of the 2006 Tasmanian Geocache of the Year
        Geocachers share their thoughts about micros

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        #8

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with The President from NSW
        • Adacache talks about geocoins
        • A special quiz question

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        #7

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Rogainer from Queensland
        • Geocache event round-up
        • Audio from the first Geotalk Video podcast
        • A surprise at the end
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        #6

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Dak's Emu Mob from Victoria
        • Shelly from Spruce Moose reminds us about GCA licence renewals
        • Spindoc Bob gets lost in the bush

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        #5

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Rabbitto from Victoria
        • Bronze talking about the Earth Shattering Kaboom event near Dubbo
        • Bryon Roth from Groundspeak about the Unite for Diabetes Travel Bug campaign.

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        #4

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Tankengine from Canberra
        • Sue from Team Astro about her encounter with a Death Adder
        • Geocachers at the NSW Christmas BBQ geocaching event.

        You can now subscribe to GeoTalk through iTunes.

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        #3

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with NobodyZ from Western Australia
        • My favourite 'bush' caches in Canberra
        • Interview with Stewart Kozlowski from Taronga Park Zoo about Australian snakes.

        You can now subscribe to GeoTalk through iTunes.

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        #2

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Cached from South Australia
        • My favourite urban caches in Canberra
        • Event previews from Melbourne, Adelaide and Rockhampton
        • Part 2 of an interview with Clyde England, the creator of Geocache Swiss Army Knife (GSAK).

        We're always on the look out for your input, so send an email to geotalk AT mac.com.

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        #1

        Welcome to the first episode of Geotalk - the podcast for geocachers 'down under'.

        In this episode you'll hear:

        • Geocacher profile with Mix from Hunter Valley, NSW
        • Event previews from Perth and Sydney
        • Part 1 of an interview with Clyde England, the creator of Geocache Swiss Army Knife (GSAK).

        We're always on the look out for your input, so send an email to geotalk AT mac.com.

        Please also visit the Geocaching Australia forums at: forum.geocaching.com.au.

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        # Description
        #16 Join two of NSW most prolific geocachers as they head into Kosciuszko National Park to reach Valentine Falls.

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        #15

        Marcus Vitruvius leads a group of geocachers to the top of Victoria's highest peak - Mt Bogong.

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        #14 Damo takes us on a hunt to find a geocache in the Central American country of Guatemala.

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        #13

        The Spindoctors lead a group of local geocachers to the top of Tidbinbilla Peak to maintain an unloved cache.

        Subscribe to our YouTube channel before 13 December 2008 and you go into a random draw to win a geocoin courtesy of ernies from Switzerland.

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        #12

        Geotalk presents the entries in the Axis of Evil competition as we tackle Cliffhanger...again!

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        1. Dead Reckonings Treasure by dead_reckoning (GC1EVPY)
        2. GeoTalk Listeners vs the XoE #2 by The Axis of Evil (GC1C7T3)
        3. Gilligans Island by The Rats (GCD463)
        #11

        Join the merry band of Geotalk adventurers as they conquer one of Sydney's best geocaches - The Final Cut.

        Warning: Does contain a spoiler.

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        #10

        Team Webguy and Wingnut take us on a trip to the Cliff Hanger (GC14XGC) in the Blue Mountains outside of Sydney.

        Note: Explicit language in opening scene.

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        #9 Join Spindoc Bob, Webguy, Wingnut, Usat31 and setsujoku as we go searching for geocaches in the city of Sydney.
        #8

        Spindoc Bob meets up with Haima in Taipei for a quick geocaching run in the city. Apologies for audio, as it was recorded on my mobile phone.

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        Thank you to Haima for taking the time to show me around Taipei city.

        #7 Webguy takes on part two of his geocaching adventure through the city of churches - Adelaide.

        Big thanks to ABowie for assisting Webguy during the weekend adventure.

        For non-iTunes/iPod viewing, visit the GeoTalk YouTube page.
        #6

        Geotalk travels to Campbelltown to attend the Weapons of Mass Distraction event, and speaks with the event organiser Homedg.

        For non-iTunes/iPod viewing, visit the GeoTalk YouTube page.

        #5

        Webguy travels to Adelaide to meet Team Astro, and tackles one of Zytheran's underground caches.

        For non-iTunes/iPod viewing, visit the GeoTalk YouTube page.

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        #4

        Geotalk travels to the You Yangs north of Geelong and finds an interesting geocoin in Melbourne.

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        #3

        The GeoTalk crew travel deep into the Earth to find 'Daylight'. Along the way they discuss lyrebirds, railway tracks and orange mud.

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        #2

        Join the Geotalk crew as they climb Mount Solitary, south of Katoomba. Along the way they meet up with Team Altair and discover what it takes to be a 'solo man'.

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        #1

        Welcome to the first video edition of Geotalk.

        Join Webguy, Webguy Jr, Wingnut and I as we abseil down to a cache at the foothills of the Blue Mountains, on the western outskirts of Sydney.

        An audio version of this podcast will feature in Geotalk Episode 7, coming out later tonight.

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        # Description
        #1

        Check out John from Team Astro at Zactyl's amazing XoE cache.

        A full list of the XoE geocaches at geocaching.com

        Have you completed an XoE cache yet? Even if you haven't, here is your chance to win TWO geocoins.

        Grab your mobile phone or video camera, head to an XoE cache and tell us in 60 seconds what you thought of it.

        If you can't get to an XoE cache, don't disappear. Head to your favourite cache and tell us why you like geocaching.

        Entry is open to anyone in Australia or New Zealand.

        Note: Please don't email your video submissions. Contact us once you have completed your video and we'll arrange somewhere for you to upload it.

        You have until the end of September to get your entry in.