Regent Street (gCY5AF) is another in the Monopoly series of geocaches by cphoenix.
We’ve managed to pick up quite a few of these now. This one is listed as a “micro” – but I’d personally call it a small cache because, despite the size of the container – there was room for a few small swaps – and of course, the Monopoly card itself.
Wolfie lands on Regent Street. Rent Owed.
This was a nice, handy, and relatively straightforward cache. There’s even a freeway exit for both north and southbound access very close by – so a great “park-and-grab” style geocache for anyone traveling between Sydney and Newcastle.
Thanks for the cache!
Teeny Tiny (GC16V95) is a micro/nano geocache by sydney boy100 located in the leafy inner residential backstreets of Surry Hills / Darlinghurst. Typical of this area, the leafy streets are lined with traditional old-style Sydney terrace houses.
Despite it being a quiet Sunday morning, I felt very conspicuous looking for this one, clambering around parked cars, looking up in trees and street sign posts.
After a good solid 20 minute search I gave up.
The three seekers before me also had no luck finding this, so I do wonder if the cache is still available.
My work as a train driver is unique, in that it often gives me some spare downtime to go geocaching. Being based in central Sydney, I’m pretty much always guaranteed there will be some caches within walking distance.
Today I made my way over to Electric Harmony (GCZE72) and found this urban micro by Us Mob reasonably quickly. The key to these I guess is timing – early Sunday morning is a great time to go to those usually busy places to pick up cache and avoid the muggles.
TeamWolfie strikes again in inner Sydney
Thanks for the cache. I quite enjoy the challenge of these urban micros.