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The Tarralla Creek Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians, which follows Tarralla Creek (previously known as the Croydon main drain)
A beautiful walk through the Croydon Park will have you quickly finding this small cache, while enjoying the sounds and sites of nautre.
Croydon Parklands is an area of open space located between Eastfield Road and Hewish Road, Croydon, and is made up of Croydon Park, Town Park and Eastfield Park. The Parklands serve as both a large informal recreation and sports precinct with remnant bushland for the City of Maroondah.
Eastfield Park consists of a trotting track, biological significant bushland, a wetland, Melbourne Water sedimentation basin and the Tarralla Creek, which runs through it.
Town Park and Croydon Park act as Maroondah City’s sporting hub. Collectively, they consist of three football ovals, numerous playgrounds, walking and bicycle trails, picnic and barbecue facilities, skate park, leisure centre, athletics track, gridiron field, tennis courts, public toilets and numerous sports club facilities.
This park has many walking tracks throughout the park, great for family walks, walking the dog, going for a hit of cricket, a kick of the footy, flying the drone or enjoying a picnic at one of the many picnic areas.
To get to this cache, you will be searching for a micro hidden in a camo suitable for it's surrounds, this area is known to flood after heavy rains, so please do not attempt this cache if the area is flooding, gumboots may be needed in the wet season and caution should be taken if it's hot in case of snakes.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum