Port Lockroy is a natural harbor in Antarctica. It was discovered in 1904. The harbour was used for whaling between 1911 and 1931. During World War II the British military operation Tabarin established the Port Lockroy base (Base A) on the tiny Goudier Island in the bay, which continued to operate as a British research station until 1962.
In 1996 the Port Lockroy base was renovated and is now a museum and post office operated by the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust.
The cache is a yellow box in the museum/post office. Don't start a search by your own, just ask the post office staff about the cache. They are informed and will be glad to help you.
The cache can only found during the season (nov-mar).
Pictures of you at Port Lockroy are welcome!
Nfx gur cbfg bssvpr fgnss nobhg gur pnpur. (frr nyfb 'fcbvyre')