From the people who brought you The Perth Ramble, Mission ImPERTHable is a fresh and fun community event driven by technology, which can be played by people of all ages and fitness levels.
Are you a good sleuth? Can you put together the clues and come up with an answer? This is like a treasure hunt and is sure to be an exciting event as you explore Perth City in search of the valuable jewel.
Teams should be ready at Supreme Court Gardens in Perth by 10.45 am on the day.
The new Mission ImPERTHable App will be released a few weeks before the event and Team Captains will receive an email advising them to download the Mission ImPERTHable app. It would be a good idea if a second-team member also downloads the app.
You will need to do two important things before the day. Your team will need to work out a theme and get into costume. You will have far more fun if you are dressed in fancy dress, and you could also win the best costume award/prize.
This fun event is run by volunteers to raise money to help sick children. If you raise $196 between the whole team, (the cost of accommodating a family for a night at Ronald McDonald House) you will be eligible to win the prizes.
Make that extra effort and raise $500 as a team and you will receive a bonus minute off your score. In the past, this bonus has meant the difference between winning and not winning.
For the event, the team leader with the app will log in using the login provided. This will be the assigned "Agent name and password". When instructed by the Commander-in-chief, you will accept your first mission. When you find the answer and enter it correctly into the app and invited to accept the next mission.
The missions are generally able to be completed within about 3 hours, so you can stop on the way for drinks, coffee or lunch between missions, as you have a 4-hour time limit.
From 2.30 pm onward, there will fun and food back at Supreme Court Gardens with the 4 hours expiring at 3.00 pm.
There is no age limit for this hunt but the team leader must be over 18. For 'youth' teams of Scouts and Guides, six team members can play, and an adult supervisor can be the 7th person on the team.
The event is open to all - whether you are in a wheelchair or have a stroller - however, you will need to be able to stroll around for 3 to 4 hours.
The team that completes ALL missions in the least time (this excludes any time between missions sipping coffee or a cold drink) will win the grand prize.
Another great prize will be awarded to a random team on the day, and to increase your team's chance of winning a prize, make sure to fundraise and dress up.
The more missions you complete, the more points you are allocated toward winning, though you do not have to visit all, but this will lower your chance to win!
You will need a captain, and between 1 and five other "agents".
The family ticket price is for members who are related by birth or marriage; this means your team could consist of cousins, aunts, grandparents, husbands, wives, children - family tickets require a minimum of two children.