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Cache is located on a good unsealed dirt road but do take care during the winter months.
postiegirl06 has delivered a parcel to GZ that's ready and waiting for you to Seek, Peep and Find!
The earliest recorded Postal Service around this location dates back to the middle of 1883 and Telegraph services
opened not far from here on October 31st 1930.
If you reach GZ on a Sunday you will need a little stealth to retrieve the cache from it's hiding spot and you may
also have a problem if you are not as tall as the timber!
You are looking for a rectangular sized container with the regular log book and pen along with POSTCARDS Old and New for you to enjoy or trade!There are also some relic writing tools inside too.Make sure to be careful of the .....Nibs!
No Stamp required but remember to Log your find.
Please ensure that the cache is well sealed again and return it EXACTLY AS FOUND.
Have a Peep at the nearby structure ....Interesting Item tied to the rafters! I think you would call it Simplicity?
What do you think?
Please take the time and explore the history while at the crossroads of Australia's Plains.
The Cairn you will see marks the spot of what was originally known as the Deep Creek School (Prior to it's now known name) which served the surrounding district from 1883-1939.
If you want to send PG a real PC - It's c/o the PO at 5374!
Enjoy the cache and the history from postiegirl06
Last Updated: on 2/1/2018 3:48:53 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:48 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum