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This location is a great place to visit day or night. A must see for all visitors to the city of Brisbane. The primary location is very easy to access by car with minimal walking. It's even wheel-chair friendly. A torch may be of some use if you're attempting the cache at night just to find some of the clues. The area is well lit and safe to visit at night, as it is a very popular spot with a cafe, restaurant and gift shop nearby.
To log this cache, you need to send the answers to the questions below to firstname.lastname@example.org and create an online log entry in the usual way. If your answers are not correct then your log entry may be removed so check carefully :) Good Luck.
Proceed to the coordinates given (GPS elevation 235 metres). Locate a survey marker, it's not very hard to find, you're probably standing on it.
Question 1: What is the number on the survey marker.
From here, you may have to roam around a little to get the answers to the next few questions.
Question 2: What is the height of The Summit.
Question 3: What does "Ku-Ta" describe?
Question 4: In what country was the graphoskop made.
Question 5: During World War II, what was stored by the tonne in this general location. In its peak, how many tonnes where stored here.
That's all you need to answer to complete this virtual cache, but if your still hungry for more geocaching then you may want to attempt these "bonus" points questions. NB: The locations following are only accessible during daylight hours. Vehicle access is not always permitted so some hilly but easy walking may be required.
Proceed to S27°28.620' E152°58.389' for a nice spot to have a picnic, look at the views and stay dry if rain is coming.
Question 6: When looking out at the view, what is the name of the plants that are in abundance to your left and right.
Proceed to S27°28.713' E152°58.521' lest we forget.
Question 7: What is the last word on the last plaque on the last wall.
Proceed to S27°28.796' E152°58.306'
Question 8: What are the prominent objects called? How many of them are there in total?
This is the end of the questions to score the "bonus" points. If you have time on the way out of this area, check out the attractions showing at the strange shaped building near the car park.
Be aware that there are other caches in the area. There are at least two physical caches within a few minutes drive of this location.
I hope you have fun. I never get tired of this part of Brisbane and if your not a local, this cache is a must see during your stay.
Tony & Jade
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Last Updated: on 1/22/2018 2:59:50 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:59 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum