Posted April 22, 2017
Reward of $1000 for the recovery of each of the original Australian "Project Ape" game pieces
In Early 2001, Groundspeak (Geocaching.com) placed 12 special game pieces around the world.
Of the 12 Project A.P.E game pieces deployed around all around the world, There were two game pieces placed in Australia:
- Wattle Park - Burwood, VIC
- Byron Bay, NSW
Both of the game pieces and their contents went missing in 2001, and most likely have been found by accident and taken home by a local, kids, park workers etc. They may be being used as storage in a garage somewhere, holding junk in the shed or be hiding in a storage unit.
These two game pieces are an important piece of history and of significant interest to the sport of Geocaching, so Geostuff.com.au is offering pay $1000 (Australian Dollars) for each of the two original Australian Project Ape geocache containers "No questions asked"
If you possess one of these containers - or know of their whereabouts please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by filling out the form below.
Terms and conditions:
- To be eligible for the $1000 payment, the cache container must be in original condition with original markings clearly visible. For instance - not over painted and complete.
- Geostuff will verify the authenticity of any container presented with Groundspeak Inc, and may reject any container presented for any reason.
- Geostuff will pay the $1000, by bank deposit only for each container within 30 days of possession of the container and the completed validation process.
- There is no expiry date on this offer.
- Geostuff.com.au is only interested in the original Project A.P.E ammo can cache containers. Any attempt to pass off a reproduction/fake as an original will be treated as fraud.