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This cache has been placed to encourage more cachers to this lovely area! (And for cachers that are nervous that caches further south are too hard...)
Six stream crossings are required to get to this cache! Well - not 6 streams to be exact... You cross the same stream (Naas River) 6 times! - Each time more fun than the last! Of course, how much fun depends on the amount of recent rain! Anything from a trickle, to a very swollen river! Please note - do not attempt this cache if the river is too deep! (You will be able to determine that, from the first crossing).
This cache can be done on foot, or preferably on a bike! Once you reach GZ, you can be happy that you have finished all the crossings! (Except of course you will need to cross them again on the way back ) - From GZ you can look down at the river that caused you all that fun/grief/frustration/trouble/wetness (cross out as applicable).
Once found, you have a choice - return back to the car, satisfied that you have conquered the Naas river, or, you can continue on to plenty more caching fun further south!
Please note you will be passing through Caloola Farm to get here. Take note of any reporting requirements as you arrive. And don't forget to sign their visitor book, and the Namadgi visitor book, to let people know when you expect to return.
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Last Updated: on 3/18/2018 11:12:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time (6:12 AM GMT)
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