Caches are not typically published on any of the following:
Power Poles, Transmission Lines and Power Boxes
Airport property, Fence lines or adjacent surrounds
Military bases, Fence lines or adjacent surrounds
Motorway verges, Roundabouts, Traffic Islands and Median Strips
Schools, Kindergartens, Child Care Centers and the like.
Post boxes, Stamp Vending Machines or other Australia Post property. See The Crimes Act.
Fastening of Caches:
No screws, nails or other fastening devices into trees - alive or dead. If a cache is to be secured to a tree to prevent muggling use a strap or wire that is significantly larger than the tree and can expand as the tree grows.
Regional differences to Global Policies:
Railways - Caches can be placed close to railway lines if they are fenced or outside the easement/corridor - generally 25m.
Highway Bridges - Caches are typically allowed under bridges so long as their placement will not cause alarm
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE REGARDING THE ABOVE, NEED CLARIFICATION, OR BELIEVE YOU HAVE AN EXCEPTION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR 'LOCAL' REVIEWER BY EMAIL - see top RH corner of this page for Australian Reviewers.
The local laws and guidelines for geocaching placement vary from place to place. As community reviewers learn geocache placement policies for a certain location, they can add it here. This site may not be a complete or accurate list of land policies. These policies are made by the land owner or manager, they are neither the reviewer’s nor Geocaching HQ’s. This guide is just for reference, if no policies for the area you’re looking for are listed, that doesn't mean no policies exist. You must still obtain permission to place your geocache from the landowner or land manager,comply with all applicable laws, and follow the Geocaching Listing Requirements.
If you have an update, email the community reviewer(s) listed.