Where To Find The Best Pokemon In Each Australian Capital On Pokemon GO

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Where To Find The Best Pokemon In Each Australian Capital On Pokemon GO


To be a real Pokemon Master you need to collect as many breeds of Pokemon as possible. To achieve this on Pokemon GO, you will need to do a bit of legwork to find them all. There isn’t exactly an official map that tells you where each type of Pokemon is lurking but don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We’ve put together a list of the most sought after Pokemon and their likely locations in each capital city. Here are the details.

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The distribution of Pokemon differs from region to region; what’s rare in Sydney may be plentiful in Melbourne. Comparison website Finder.com.au has crowdsourced a list of Pokemon locations to help GO players seek out ones they have yet to capture. Bear in mind the list shows where these Pokemon are likely to appear. Occasionally, you’ll find a rare one that will appear out of nowhere.

We’ve picked out 10 iconic and popular Pokemon from the Finder list and compiled their location information for each capital city into the handy table below. If it’s unlisted, chances are there isn’t a concentration of that particular type of Pokemon in that capital city just yet.

Sidenote: I wonder if Pokemon GO will eventually spur more interstate travel by Pokemon GO fanatics (I’m trademarking the term “Pokemon Pilgrimage) If so, Canberra would see an influx of tourists. The Australian capital seems to be teeming with rare Pokemon.

Pokemon Name Confirmed Locations
Pikachu
  • Sydney: Star Casino (near the roundabout), Brighton Le Sands
  • Melbourne: Melbourne central, Kew East
  • Brisbane: Lake Eden (North Lakes)/ Westlake
  • Adelaide: Port Noarlunga South, Seaford EsplanadeLargs Bay, along the Torrens near South Rd, West Lakes Mall CBD
  • Perth: Western Power Plant
  • Canberra: Aldi (City) , Weston Creek Post Shop, Learmonth Drive (Kambah), Club Lime in Tuggeranong, Lyneham Wetlands, Mawson Oval, Australian War Memorial
  • Hobart: Long Beach near the far end of Kingston beach
  • Darwin: Esplanade (uncommon), Tivendale, Bayview, East Point
Aerodactyl
  • Sydney: (Unlisted, but I’ve had a friend who found one in Rhodes)
  • Melbourne: Doncaster Westfield
  • Brisbane: Holland Park
  • Adelaide: (Unlisted)
  • Perth: (Unlisted)
  • Canberra: Fadden (Holy Family Primary School), Botanical Gardens, Birds Exhibit @ Zoo, Deakin, Mt Ainslie, Telstra Tower
  • Hobart: South Chigwell
  • Darwin: (Unlisted but confirmed that it can hatch from a 10km egg)
Jynx
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: North of Macleod Station
  • Brisbane: Maze
  • Adelaide: Seaford Meadows
  • Perth: Piney Lake Reserve, Winthrop
  • Canberra: Yowani golf club, Lyneham, Behind Woden Police Station
  • Hobart: MONA Entrance
  • Darwin: Esplanade (rare)
Snorlax
  • Sydney: Cabramatta West
  • Melbourne: Crown
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: (Unlisted)
  • Perth: (Unlisted)
  • Canberra: Spotted in Murrumbateman (rare spawn), rare spawn at night in bonner
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: (Unlisted but confirmed that it can hatch from a 10km egg)
Vulpix
  • Sydney: Circular Quay, Brighton Le Sands
  • Melbourne: Vermont Tennis Club, Sydney Rd x Blyth Strett (Brunswick), St. Kilda Beach
  • Brisbane: Indooroopilly, Brisbane/CBD, Nundah / Jimboomba
  • Adelaide: St MarysWoodville, RichmondParafield Gardens
  • Perth: East Perth waterfront, near Arden st AND Claisebrook cove, before the Love lock area under the bridge
  • Canberra: Fyshwick (Newcastle Street), Murrumbateman Village, Questacon, ANU Lena lodge
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: Esplanade (rare)
Porygon
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: Burwood
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: Marion (San Churros)
  • Perth: KingFisher Park
  • Canberra: Civic
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: (Unlisted by confirmed it can hatch from 5km and 10km eggs)
Dragonite
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: Lilydale Lake (Unconfirmed)
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: Rundle Mall
  • Perth: (Unlisted)
  • Canberra: Lake Tuggeranong, Turner, Sydney Park near lake, Belconnen lake, Pine Island
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: (Unlisted)
Onix
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: East Beaumaris Concourse, Flagstaff
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: Royal Park, Woodville (near QEH), Marleston. Rosewater (rare), Mitcham
  • Perth: (Unlisted)
  • Canberra: Black mountain tower; Hotel Realm – Barton; VB,Canberra Outlet
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: Esplanade (rare)
Lapras
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: (Unlisted)
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: (Unlisted)
  • Perth: (Unlisted)
  • Canberra: Good Hope, Lake Tuggeranong (very rare spawn)
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: (Unlisted but confirmed that it can hatch from 10km egg)
Electabuzz
  • Sydney: (Unlisted)
  • Melbourne: Citi Power Richmond
  • Brisbane: (Unlisted)
  • Adelaide: Largs Bay (esplanade)
  • Perth: East Perth riverfront, by Arden St
  • Canberra: Civic (Fountain), Old Parliament House, Scullin, Queanbeyan (Yass Rd), Museum, Shanghai Dumpling House
  • Hobart: (Unlisted)
  • Darwin: Esplanade (rare)

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Unfortunately, you won’t find Mew and Mewtwo on the list as they’re event specific and we don’t have any information on them at this stage.

For a more comprehensive list of Pokemon that you can find around Australia, head over to Finder.com.au.

Have you caught any ultra-rare Pokemon in the wild? Tell us where you spotted them in the comments!

[Via Finder.com.au]

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