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OMCT - Danger PMG

A cache by Robmc Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/1/2017
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This series is placed to replicate Mvyrmnd's (now archived) series that I so enjoyed doing. It is a lovely ride through Wangaratta, and deserves some caches to encourage its use.


One Mile Creek Bike Path
This is the main dedicated cycling route in Wangaratta, and basically follows One Mile Creek, a waterway that has its catchment area to the south-west of the city. From end-to-end, this bike path starts at Cribbes Road (on the south-west side) and finishes at the Yarrawonga Road (on the northern side of the city). In between these two end points there are many different ride combinations, with the end-to-end ride covering about 5.5km.

There are toilets along the trail in Mitchell Avenue Reserve, on Vincent Street near OMCT-Scouts, and in Batchelor's Green in Tone Road.

This cache is near a very old sign.

For those a bit younger, PMG stands for Post Master General, the department responsible for communications - both Postal and Telecommunications. The PMG was later broken up into the Post Office and Telecom.

Beware of feral shopping trollies at this location (there were two playing trolls when we came here!)

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