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Friendly Floatees at Night Mk II

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Hidden : Friday, 04 November 2011
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Geocache Description:

Friendly Floatees


WHAT : Geocaching event
WHEN : 4th of November 2011 20:00 to 01:00 (that's 8 pm to 1 am)
WHY : Just for the fun of it!
WHERE : Paddling from South Wharf to Herring Island

  • You have to bring or borrow some kind of watercraft. The logbook will be placed somewhere along the way.
  • Since you go by boat you have to have a PFD.
  • And because it's dark you'll need a white light as well.

Meet and Greet
The event will start at 8 pm at the coordinates. From there we'll paddle to Herring Island, have a break and a BBQ and after that we'll float back to the start. The whole trip is a 12 km paddle so we will be on the water a couple of hours. For this one you will need a kayak, canoe, tinny or something similar. A dinghy won't work. Jet-Skis aren't allowed.
On Herring Island is a BBQ and some benches and tables. There will be no food provided and the last time I checked there wasn't a kiosk on the Island *gg* so remember to BYO food and other gear.
Unfortunately we will pass a lot of rubbish along the way so why not collect it and put it into the rubbish traps which are set-up along the way by Parks Victoria.

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