Start at the above location where you can find plenty of information to lead you to the stash. These clues will help you along your way. You will need to take with you a copy of this and a pen.
Jessie Cant but Williams willing to help you on your way. Fill in the answers in the co-ordinates below.
A= Add all Williams visible numbers together. (There is only one missing )
B= The year the bush fires came through.(less 1900)
C= The date these grounds were closed.(add all 4 numbers together)
D= The day of the month of Williams anniversary.
37 AA. BB1
145 CC. DD1
The cache is in a 10 litre tuppaware type container. Hidden in bushland in an old gold mining area.There is a walking track to follow to within 25 meters of the cache.
The track can be entered from both ends and you can start from either end once you know the co-ordinates. There is a creek crossing from one end with a sign that says dry weather only. The area is full of wildlife and take time to listen to the birds singing. If you visit on a Saturday morning be sure to visit the Alternative market at the end of the walking track or visit the local hotel for a nice refeshing drink. If you visit the hotel or market be sure to keep an eye out for a very unusual tree as you drive back up the hill. Telstra's answer to the greenies.
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