The Crater to Coast Rail Trail is a 29km trail running from Camperdown to Timboon in southwest Victoria. Officially opened in 2008, the trail is mostly gravel and can be both rough and steep in places.
This is the first in a planned series of caches that will be placed at selected spots along the Crater to Coast Rail Trail. The township of Timboon was first reached by rail in 1891, and the trestle bridge was opened only recently after an extensive restoration made it suitable to be featured as part of the Rail Trail.
To find the final location of this offset multicache, you must refer to the plaque at the listed coords that commemorates the opening of the bridge.
From the plaque:
1. The bridge was officially opened on 1A November, 2010.
2. The restoration involved B,C44 volunteer hours over D years.
3. This project cost $E00,000.
The cache can be found at: S38 26.(A-2) (B*2) (D-3), E142 57.(E*2) (C) (B). It is not necessary to enter private property when finding the cache, although you will need to leave the track (but only just). You should NOT need to cross the electric fence!
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