The GCA Licence is an essential part of your Geocaching gear. Although it carries no weight of authority behind it, it is a fun thing to have in your wallet. The intention of the licence is to create a bit of (extra) fun for the GCA community.
The 2006 GCA Licences were created by The Ginger Loon.
The front of the licence displays the GCA Logo, the serial number of the card, along with the licence holders name and image. Images were either GCA Forum avatars or photos supplied by the cacher along with team logos, if required. The licence conditions were also stated. The cards were individually dated and signed by Iva Hiddenone, Controller-In-Chief. The back of the licence featured a handy explanation on the basics of geocaching, which could be used in the event a cacher was approached by a muggle and asked what they were up to.
The 2007 GCA Licences are created by Shelly from The Sproose Mooses. See http://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopic.php?t=7120.