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Reserve Judgement - TB Motel (Wellington)

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Hidden : 01/24/2010
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

- TB Motel - A large cache to exchange those TB's -

A great place to ride my bike, kick my ball, throw my frisbee, search for trolls under the wee bridges or walk one of the many cool tracks joining this reserve to take in some of the great views.

This is a surprisingly flat area surrounded by so many hills - easy terrain, parking nearby, quiet and a great spot for a picnic!

It is one of the progressive regeneration projects around Wellington City, very successfully converting an old land-fill site into a young yet awesome recreation area, with paths, bridges, walkways, raised beds for native plants, pine forests and an urban community vege garden / plantation.

Why is this a TB Motel?

We have planted (clue) a large cache here as there is a real shortage of the larger caches nearby for mass exchanges and larger TBs!

CONGRATULATIONS: BoxHill FTF, Yeetrees STF & huhugrub TTF

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