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This cache can only be found if you have a wireless (WiFi B or G standard) device that you can bring along as you are looking for a wireless network that contains the location of the cache's final resting place. Both the cache and wireless network are within 400 metres of the initial location.
Toorak Primary was established in 1890. On the main building , this fact is etched into the stonework. To the right of this is another 4 digit number, ABCD.
The next step is to try and find the wireless network.
You are looking for a wireless network to the south-east of the school that has a geocaching related name. The last 3 digits of the wireless network name (SSID) is EFG. This will require you to scan for wireless networks as you move along the roads. You will need to move no more than 400 metres along a given route ie the 400 metres is not a radial measurement.
The wireless network is wide open with no security, however it is not open to the Internet and in fact you can only browse to a single web page. If you do connect (not required), there is a picture of the final cache location at
The final cache location is
S 37° 50.EFG
E 145° 00.(F+C)D(E-A)
The cache is a 200gm Marmite container and does not contain a pen so small swaps only.
When you retrieve the cache, be aware of the surrounding houses.
Please note that due to circumstance beyond our control this access point may not be available at all times. Things such as power cuts, radio interference (eg cordless telephones, microwaves) and access point firmware bugs may affect the availability of the access point. We do monitor it and will attempt to make it as available as possible. You can see the status of the accesspoint here.
(No hints available.)