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The 93rd cache by caughtatwork takes you into the Brisbane Ranges National Park.
Reids Road is the approach to the cache site and parking is available only some 50 meters from the cache location. Reids Road is a dirt road and when wet can be slightly muddy, but the road base is hard and you will be able to get there in the smallest of 2WD vehicles without any problems.
Located at the entrance to Boar Gully Camping Area, the camping area has basic toilets, open fire BBQ pits, picnic facilities and some walking tracks. The whole of the Brisbane Ranges National Park is quite amazing with various eucalyptus trees and grass trees growing through the park.
Please note that this is area is not quarantined due to the proliferation of Cinnamon Fungus a.k.a. Phytophthora cinnamomi which causes die back amongst the native flora in other parts of the park.
This cache has been placed as part of my [CATS] Campaign Against The Small series.
There are a plethora of small caches appearing around the traps and I believe it's always nice to find a larger sized cache, so here's one right here. You are looking for a 2 liter sistema container hidden inside an ammo can which has been disguised to match the surroundings.
What could be better than a drive in the country, a view of the bush and a cache at the end.
I hope you enjoy this cache.
Va n irel ybj gerr fghzc, pbirerq va yrns yvggre.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum