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In March 1802 Matthew Flinders took his sloop, the Investigator, into Gulf St. Vincent and went ashore in a long boat.
Flinders was fascinated by the wealth of marine life.
Little did Flinders know, of course, that the peninsula would go on to become one of South Australia’s truly iconic fishing habitats.
We hope you enjoy this series of geocaches which are named after the many species of fish found in Australian waters.
The cache can be found at S CE 0D.H0F E ACG 0I.GIC.
You are looking for a small plastic tube and you will need to bring your own writing implement.
N=1, O=2, P=3, Q=4, R=5, S=6, T=7, U=8, V=9
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum