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Pine kenny is loacted road side of kenny Park this sporting oval can be a hive of activity so please be mindful of Muggles.
Please park safely & take care when searching the area. I have removed rubbish but as it is a well used sporting ground can not guarantee no rubbish. You may need to duck & weave near the trees to get close ,depending which route you take.
E.J. Kenny was the first 'Officer in Charge of the State Rivers & Water Supply Commission of Victoria Irrigation Area' established in 1909. The hot climate and the distance from markets saw the settlement quickly change from dairying to the growing of the less perishable crops of citrus and grapes for drying and spirit making. Merbein was originally identified as White Cliffs because of its impressive river white cliffs. In 1912 the irrigation settlement's name was officially changed to Merbein, reputedly an aboriginal name of a local sand hill. Many early residents would have preferred it to be called 'Merebin'. Kenny, known as the 'Father of Merbein', died suddenly in 1925 and his contribution to the success of the settlement was acknowledged with the naming of Kenny Park.
Cache was placed this log , & a few swaps has room for small geocoins & swag. Please be careful when opeing cache & you will need your own pen .
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum