WW1 Heritage Trail

The Three Springs-Arrino RSLWA Sub Branch encourages you to visit sites of WW1 historical significance to our local community. The trail can be completed in any order and will give a brief background as to the changes to this area as a result of WW1.

Submit your completed quiz (downloaded from our Facebook page) and attend the Remembrance Day Celebrations in Three Springs on 11th November 2018 for your chance to win a great prize.

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor adventure that is happening all the time, all around the world. To play, participants use the Geocaching app and/or a GPS device to navigate to hidden containers called geocaches.

To get started, create a free basic account and use Geocaching.com or the free Geocaching® app to search for geocaches near your location.

To follow the WW1 Heritage Trail you will need to visit these sites

  • Rosedale GC7YBNQ
  • Women at Home GC7XY35
  • Midland Railway Company GC7YBPE
  • Carnamah old School GC7YBPK
  • 10th Light Horse – Armoured Personnel Carrier GC7YCVF
  • Three Springs Cemetery GC7YCVM
  • William Henry Morgan GC7YCVK
  • Picture of Home GC7YFTM

You may also choose to visit other local caches.

Once you find a geocache, open it up and sign the logbook. You may discover some trade or swag items (small toys, keychains, trinkets) inside the geocache.

The general rule of thumb is if you take something, leave something of equal or greater value. Then, place the container back exactly how you found it and share your experience online with the rest of the geocaching community.

Don’t forget to scan the QR Code inside the WW1 Heritage Trail caches to learn more about the site and complete the associated quiz question for Remembrance Day.

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