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Event Cache

3 months to the Surf Coast Event - St.Arnaud

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Hidden : Saturday, August 20, 2016
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Event Information:

Start: Saturday 20th of August, 12noon.

End: Saturday 20th of August, 2pm

Why: well it's 3 months to the Surf Coast Event (Victoria's 2nd MEGA event). Last years event was such fun and so we want to do it all again, this time in the Surf Coast Shire.

Where: Lord Nelson Park, at the picnic area at the bottom of the hill. Make sure you note the entry to the park, just following your GPS might take you the wrong way.

A simple BBQ event that is put on by Geocaching Melbourne. We will be supplying sausages, bread and sauce. Please feel free to bring along anything extra you might like to put on the BBQ! Please bring a chair



Don't forget about the : Surf Coast Event 2016

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