Download the free & ad-free “What3Words” app from Google Play Store or the Apple Store

To do that, click on either of the two links here:  Google Play (Android) or the App Store (Apple).

If you are new to the app, just take your time and follow the step-by-step instructions that appear on your device screen. If you have any problems doing that, simply join this Facebook group and ask for help.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/aussiewhat3worders

So you can see how you are progressing using the app, we are going to invite you to take a little ‘virtual visit’ to popular Botanical Gardens in Australia – one in each State and Territory.

By entering 3 words in the following format – word.word.word (such as the first one, steps.part.flame) the app will immediately jump you to a square that permanently has that 3-word name.

In the bottom RH corner of your device’s screen, you’ll see a globe. Clicking back and forth on that globe will toggle a flat map, as you normally see in a street directory – or a terrain map as if you were looking out the window of a plane.

Therefore, steps.part.flame will be a spot close to a “sundial in Brisbane”.

Our advice is to test yourself by finding the answer to each of the eight clues 

We suggest you write your answers down as you go. We reckon you’ll get the hang of how “What3Words” works by doing this little exercise. Frankly, it’s only the tip of the iceberg. We hope it will make you keen to discover other ways the app could improve your life. Here are the eight clues:

steps.part.flameName of a sundial in Brisbane
audio.rash.pensSome just say ‘water lily pond’ in Sydney
towers.insect.laterLookout – it’s a long drop in Canberra
snaps.cloak.helpsReally!!! A volcano in Melbourne!
full.visions.scatterA slice of the Orient in Hobart
spends.sing.porchA donkey might rest here in Adelaide
spray.jams.wantedLooks like the double helix molecule in Perth
goat.coiling.dreamCalming waters run here in Darwin

How did you go? Do you think you got all eight answers correct? Here’s a way to find out:

Enter your answers in the form below and email those answers before midnight on Sunday, January 31, 2021. Each entry will be numbered and entered into a random computer draw. The first number drawn will win the submitter a “SmartSense” Gas Bottle monitor valued at $89.  https://gasbottlerefills.com/run-out-of-gas-no-way/ 

Only residents of Australia are eligible to enter.

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Why not invite your rellies and friends to test the “What3Words” app before midnight on Sunday, January 31, 2021. Copy and paste this link to them in an email or Facebook messagehttps://gasbottlerefills.com/the-fuss-about-what3words/   They could be the one who wins the “SmartSense” gas bottle monitor. (only one entry per email address permitted)

The new EMERGENCY+ app

As we have stated on our Facebook page, our mission in life at the moment is to try to influence every adult and child in Australia to download to their phones the new EMERGENCY+ app released on October 1, 2020. This app is now being used by every fire, ambulance, police, and SES service in Australia to respond to emergencies when every second counts in life and death situations. Please get this new app from your preferred app store NOW!

 

FOOTNOTE

Should you have any questions or queries regarding the “What3Words” app we suggest you join https://www.facebook.com/groups/aussiewhat3worders

There you will find lots of videos and other posts that explain the whole “What3Words” concept. Alternatively, you can private message Gordon Campell on ‘Messenger’ or ‘Messages’.

01/11/20 – David Briggs wrote:

Your gas bottle refills site is fantastic, incredibly helpful, and so easy to use.