Cliffs on the Murrumbidgee River under Forster Hill

Tuesday 3 July: UFO Caching in the Bullen Range Nature Reserve – . Walk description

Further Information

The UFO series is a real fun lot of caches. Great cache art and some great puzzle caches:

UFO cache art

Roger had solved the majority of the caches we did; I contributed a few.


Distance: 16.4km | Climb: 1500m | Time: 8.20am – 3.00pm (6hrs 40mins), including 35 mins of breaks | Grading: M/E-M; M(10)


Photographs are available, where you can start a large sized slideshow.
Or, here they are:

Waypoint and Track Files

Download the gpx file for this trip (if your browser does not automatically download the file, it will open the gpx file in a new window and you can then save it). To use in Google Earth, do File, Open… and select Gps or All files as the File Type.

Track Notes

We drove to park near the Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex. A frosty morning as we walked the fence of the dishes:

A frosty start at the Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex

We walked the fire trail to the crest of the Bullen Range, past the communications tower and down the other side. Then a clockwise loop down out of the trees and across the open grasslands, down to near the Murrumbidgee River.

We came across a strung cable, end burnt out, maybe originally used for comms to the space tracking station. Obviously no final GZ waypoints or track on the Track Map.

Feet diagnosed with plantar fasciitus yesterday, so pretty sore. But, apart from the walk in and out, the go-stop of caching suits.

32 UFO caches for the day. plus another at the Corin Road intersection on the way home. Listed here at 1434-1467.

Thanks heaps Roger.

Track Map




2 walkers – Roger E (Marmaduke Rothschild) (leader), me (JohnnyBoyACT).