This cache is part of a series of Doctor Who caches - placed because Doctor Who is the best TV show ever!
The cache locations have been chosen because they are great places to visit and they correspond to something in the Doctor Who episode. At each cache you will collect a clue that will help lead you to the final cache in the series. This cache contains Clue #6.
Sadly, Doctor Who - Gridlock Take Two has been archived, so Clue #3 has been provided in the Final, Journey's End.
Easy free two hour parking is available at any of the four Council Car Parks in Manly.
Sky Sharks (aka A Christmas Carol) Synopsis
(Doctor Who Christmas Special, 2010)
Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way the Doctor can rescue them is to save the soul of a lonely old miser, in a festive edition of the time-travelling adventure, written by Steven Moffat. But is Kazran Sardick, the richest man in Sardicktown, beyond redemption? And what is lurking in the fogs of Christmas Eve? (copied from geektyrant)
Sky Sharks is a traditional cache located near the former Manly Sea Life Sanctuary (previously called Manly Oceanworld) whose mission was to showcase and preserve Australia's marine animals. While visiting, you used to be able to dive with huge sharks! Sadly, after 55 years, the sanctuary was officially closed on 28 January 2018.
The (free admission!) Manly Art Gallery and Museum as well as (seasonally open) Manly Surf n Slide are also very close by. The cache is a short walk from Manly Wharf and there are spectacular views of the harbour.
This is often a high muggle area so, given the size of the cache, stealth will usually be required!
The cache is a medium sized container that contains some swaps, a two dollar coin for the FTF, and a TB for the FTF to collect and move on. There is some room for small swaps and trackables.
- Don't forget to write down the clue!
- Exercise great stealth when retrieving and replacing the cache!
- Please replace the cache exactly as you found it.
- No spoilers please!
Congrats to steptoe for the FTF! Nice work!