This cache is very similar to my Penguin Dance cache. Like the situation with "Penguin Dance", I always prefer to hide "real" caches. Antarctica is a pretty neat and unique place to hide a cache and to this date there have only been a few placed on the continent. But while geocaching, one must respect the local laws and if that means that you may not take or leave anything of any type from the Australian claim of Antarctica, then you must find an alternative. I would of loved to placed a container somewhere near Davis station, but since I cannot, this has to be a virtual cache with a surprise element.
The coordinates above will lead you to a location near the centre of the station where you'll find a post welcoming you to the station and giving you a very rough position. To score a "find" for this cache you must have your GPS with you, a camera, plus a friend to take at least two pictures of you.
Picture #1: At the directional post, have your friend take your picture with you holding your GPS in one hand and the welcome sign plus signed position behind you. Picture #2: The surprise element and the harder portion of the cache find. Without leaving the confines of the station, your second picture must be of one or more of the animals (penguins, seals, etc) that live around the station boundaries. This picture must include the animal, yourself, and your GPS and all three must be all clearly visible. Please respect the station's guidelines for approach distances to wild animals and do not exceed them to obtain this second picture. The surprise is what you will find for wildlife and where you'll find it, so if you have to wonder around to find the ideal picture, then go right ahead! When you have completed your cache find, you may use one of the communal computers available on the station to post your find and upload your pictures.