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Another in the Gaps series, straightforward caches intended to fill the "gaps" in Canberra and showcase some of its lesser-known locations.
UP-FRONT NOTICE - The cache is NOT in the creek or under the bridge!
Sullivans Creek is named after the Sullivan family who bought the land around 1888 and were important members of the community early in Canberra's history. The creek flows from the north of the city into Lake Burley Griffin.
Sullivans Creek runs along the south edge of Willows Oval, one of the ANU's sporting and recreation facilities.
Read more at the Australian National University's Heritage website; (visit link)
The cache is a standard mint tin with a magnet. It's too small for most swaps, but small ones may fit.
I've given this a Difficulty rating of 2 for high muggle visibility; however, the cache should be very easy to nonchalantly retrieve and replace. The Terrain rating reflects that this cache can be reached from a wheelchair.
OFFICIAL FIRST-TO-FIND PROPS TO STORMCATCHERS during an absolute barrage of first day finds!
Lbh pna pbhag ba Oneel gb or fvk naq n unys sebz gur pvgl.