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Gonefishen07: Have decided the time has come for this one. With health and work issues time is limited at the moment, so to save any heart aches i am archiving it

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Rail Trail-I have a bone to pick with YOU!

A cache by Gonefishen07 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/25/2013
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This is a newly completed section of the Bass Coast Rail Trail. This part of the Rail Trail continues through to Woolamai rd where the tracks finishes up at present. There is ample parking at the Anderson Roundabout end or in the dry times there is a couple spots up Statter and Mission road (dry weather only)or you could park at Woolamai road end. This side dosent have the sea views but still there are some spots for a great photo or two to be taken. The trail now extends from the State Coal Mine to Woolamai road it would be roughly 26 plus kms long. Thanks to Hearse068 for helping me with these hides.

Like all areas along the trail PLEASE keep an eye out for snakes in the warmer times. Most of all have fun.

This cache is a micro with cameo. You will need to BYO pen. Please replace so it can't be seen by passing muggles

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