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A straight forward traditional cache at a nice hidden spot near Pittwater. Bring sturdy footwear.
This easy cache takes you on a nice little walk along the beach to a spot that only the locals tend to know.
Be sure to wear sturdy shoes as there are plenty of oyster shells, all of which are sharp.
Park near the corner of Hansford and Hudson Parade, Clareville. Near this intersection, you should see a public walk down to the beach. Take this walk as far as you can before turning right, walking a short distance across the grass, then turning left down another set of stairs. From here, you should be able to walk along the beach and find the cache easily. Do not attempt at high tide, and be sure to use the correct path down to the beach, as per the picture.
There is a shipwreck nearby to explore, along with an open cave and plenty of crabs.
Please replace the cache exactly as you found it.
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- Cache LocationThe cache is hidden somewhere in this picture
- Path down to the shoreLook for this path when you go down to the shore
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:21:22 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:21 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum