This cache lies within the South West conservation area. It can be accessed either via light aircraft, boat, kayak, walking or a combination there of. The terrain has been chosen with the idea that you do not fly in and out but if you take that option it's fine.
This cache might be your destination or your starting point for a sight seeing air trip, a bushwalk or a sea voyage of some kind. What ever you choose you will be in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness.
There is no need to go more than one metre off a formed road to find this cache. Continue from the airstrip along the road towards the south coast walking track. Where the track leaves the road continue a further 40m or so along the road towards gz. Gz is on the opposite side of the road to the shed. (Make sure you take the hint just incase you have trouble finding it, but you really shouldn't)
The cache is a pvc pipe capped at both ends approx 50cm in length which is completely water and animal proof. It contains various things that may be useful in the wilderness. A can of chunky soup is available for someone who feels they deserve it (ie isn't flying in or out the day they find the cache, this may be because you're stuck waiting for a plane or because you're just walking through).
The cache contains a large log book and pencils so you might like to give details of your adventure or even include drawings.
Be warned, this is in a remote and potentially dangerous area to inexperienced people so make sure you are properly prepared for all wilderness contingencies.
This cache will be maintained by JamesWat, Graham51 and Macca81 who regularly walk in the area, but please be patient as it can be an expensive and time consuming trip.