Latest Coordinates and Map Quick-Links - Ipswich
|Sunday 2019-04-21||-27.0741456, 152.6195535|
|Monday 2019-04-22||-27.4649825, 152.1030789|
Latest Coordinates and Map Quick-Links - Brisbane
|Sunday 2019-04-21||-27.0741456, 153.6195535|
|Monday 2019-04-22||-27.4649825, 153.1030789|
Brisbane (the city) is split into two graticules by a longitude line just west of the city centre.
The eastern graticule at -27,153 is called Brisbane. The western graticule is inland at -27,152 and called Ipswich.
This graticule contains the city center and densest population areas of Brisbane. However the graticule is also approximately 75% ocean, and 5% islands that are not easily accessible (especially on short notice). This leaves the graticule with only 20% viable area on short notice.
This graticule contains the outer suburbs west of Brisbane, as well as Ipswich, Mount Glorious, and alot of empty space on the way (but not quite all the way) to Toowoomba.
Summary of Expeditions...
2015-03-27 -27 153 -- PDiddy On a driveway in West End with beer in hand.
2015-03-22 -27 153 -- Felix Dance, Liz, Tim, Bec, PDiddy and Kathryn reached a hash in a suburb near Bribie Island.
2013-01-13 -27 153 -- Ged3000 reached a hashpoint.
- 2013-01-01 -27 152 -- New Year's Day hash.
- 2011-06-21 -27 152 -- First successful attempt.
- 2009-08-02 -27 152 -- First attempt ends at "Trespassers will be shot" sign.
Geohashing has a social aspect outside JUST the hashpoint meetups.
- If Saturday night is games night, what games do we all play?
- Table top or otherwise.
Cranium or Articulate, says I! (Joel) Or Werewolf/Mafia?! I'd be up for a meetup as soon as it's meetupable!
We could invent our own games even! (not without precedent: Geohash Card Game)
Brisbane geohash on Facebook
Other information to be aware of
- These graticules fall under the 30W Time Zone Rule.
|Ubethatway,KzazB, and Cpt.Hardthing earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement|
|Darryl earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement|