It is situated just off the fantastic bayside beach path. Just one of the caches you can try on a bike ride from Beaumaris to St Kilda, not that any of you will be doing that :)
While you are there, you may like to sit down and enjoy the views or read about Dr Jim Willis.
Cache is a simple find. A 200ml sistema. It is in the bush, but you
DO NOT NEED TO GO INTO THE BUSHES TO FIND IT! IT IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE FROM THE GRASS!
I am not quite sure, but I read somewhere that there are special aborigine plants here, but I am not quite sure. If so, that is even more of a reason not to go into the bush! It is not on the other side of the fence.
Please replace the cache exactly how you found it. It should be easy to access for the FTF, so please replace it and give it the same amount of accessibility. You will understand all of this once you find it!
I hope you enjoy this cache! :)
If you would like to read more about Dr. Jim Willis, you can read it here.
FTF honours go to gmj3191 and Starruby. Congratulations!
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