DM #15 Bradley
In Victoria, Australia
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Well, I have finally put out my latest caching series Dandenongs Meander. I found this area for the first time a few weeks ago when I went for a walk from One Tree Hill to Sassafras. I just found it to be a fantastic place to take a bit of a meander.
This series is to try to encourage you all to go for a wander or if you are feeling fit, a run or a cycle in the Dandenong Ranges. I would suggest you start from One Tree Hill car park, the town of Sassafras or one of the many entrances to the Dandenong Ranges National Park along Sheffield Road. Please take note of the time the car park closes if you park at One Tree Hill.
Please keep in mind that tree coverage may interfere with GPSr reception in the area. I have included some quite good hints if required, so that should help in the search. This area may become quite wet, muddy and slippery during winter. Many of the caches are along 4WD tracks that are closed to traffic, but are quite rough and not recommended for taking kids on bikes, although on foot is probably OK.
You are looking for a 200ml Systema container painted black.
As per normal practice, please make sure the cache is well hidden when you put it back.
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Last Updated: on 9/14/2017 8:08:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time (3:08 AM GMT)
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