In South Australia, Australia
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This one is not a quick grab and go. To get there, you must first have a boat, or kayak.
As if that is not enough, put on your best anti prickle clothes and sturdy shoes for a spot of clammering up the hill.
The route to the island should be approached from the south as there is a small sand bar to the side of the beach.
It is a great spot to visit.
You don't need a big boat. Just respect for the sea.
Enjoy the journey folks
The passage of water you cross to get to the island is known by the locals as "Shark Alley". Jet skis are not permitted in this immediate area.
It is not advisable that you fish here, as waves can appear suddenly, catching you unawares.
You are looking for a small camo clip lock container.
It is only big enough for small swaps. Please BYO pen.
Our aim is to make the hunt both challenging and interesting...So not too much info.
All we ask is that you return the cache to its original hideout.
The cache takes you past a survey/ trig point located on the ground at the top of the hill. See if you can find it.. It is a round brass disc, approximately 10cms in diameter.
For the first to find, you will be rewarded with a $5.00 note.
Take your pick.. decide whether you need a coffee, some hot chips or a box of bandaids!!!
Believe it or not,the island has had work on it to erradicate the prickly bushes, but a few remain. So take care.
This island is a favourite spot for families on warm summer evenings.
Bring a drink and nibbles and enjoy the sunset.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 1/24/2014 3:01:41 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:01 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum