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Take a stroll on Cockrone Lagoon, be careful of the swampy ground. The views and wildlife are worth the effort.
Cockrone Lagoon is the lake that seperates Macmasters Beach from Copacabana. At high tide, sometimes the water will run to the sea. Cockrone Lagoon has amazing wild life with bell birds and cranes wandering around in the water. The lagoon's first land owners were Robert and Peter Campbell who were from Scotland, they came in 1824. You could also prawn in the Cockrone Lagoon from the 60s to the 80s. Now a days, many people will swim in the Lagoon but we dont recommend swimming as the lagoon is POLLUTED.
The cache is a new updated camouflaged 1 litre screw top plastic jar. Be careful at hightide because it will be a lot boggier and much wetter.
Have fun finding the cache.
Edit: Thanks to the intrepid souls who have already found our cache, it's our first one! Of course, when we set this it was completely dry.....it seems with the recent rain that our location may well be prone to flooding! Please post a note if you experience too much water (or mud) and we will relocate to higher ground nearby.....It is not our intention to make or fellow geocachers amphibious!