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Most people use a map to find a cache. We use the following maps:

Online web maps

These are good for those quick planning sessions before you depart. Print them out and away you go!

The best way to access these maps is to go to the cache page on Geocaching Australia and click on the link there. That will direct you right to the map of the cache!

Broadband Applications

These are typically large applications which need to be installed on a high-end PC with a broadband connection.

  • Google Earth - allows you to spin a globe and zoom in to any point.
  • World Wind - again, spin a globe and zoom in to any point.


  • Ozi Explorer - the most popular mapping software in Australia
  • GPSMapEdit
  • (Link to those Topo map series you can buy)