Labyrinth Rocks (Nelson/Marlborough)
In South Island, New Zealand
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A 1 litre plastic container hidden amongst natural limestone rock formations near Takaka, Golden Bay.
Welcome to the Labyrinth, a great place to get lost for a while. Park at the co-ordinates given below and enjoy a wander through some interesting natural rock formations. You could probably get to the cache and back inside 10 minutes but allow at least an hour to enjoy a leisurely wander around the park. If you have young children with you there are plenty of things to see along the track to keep them entertained.
The popular Labyrinth Rocks Park created by the late Dave Whittaker was reopened on the 23rd December 2009 as a council reserve. So what was once private land and subject to an entry fee is now completely free for everyone to enjoy.
The cache has been placed with the knowledge of one of the local volunteer caretakers who we met while visiting the rocks. He told us further restoration work was being done so expect the area to improve even more over time. Please keep to the tracks at all times, there is no need to leave them to find the cache.
Note: If you want to learn more about the geology of the area visit the nearby Earth Cache GC22YF4.
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Last Updated: on 5/11/2013 10:43:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time (5:43 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum