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A cache by SWAG tim Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/20/2004
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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An easy 3 part multi-cache. You will want to drive or ride between waypoints as there are a few kilometres to travel. Don't forget your calculator.

At waypoint 1 there is a bit of tree cover but it should still be dead easy. There are four years mentioned here. Take the second year and add it to both the lat and long of the following co-ordinates, ignoring decimal points and the like, to get to WP2:
S 33 54.238 / E 151 03.618

The co-ordinates for waypoint 2 will lead you to an entrance. Venture inside and locate the tallest man-made structure within the compound. It belongs to a man called John. John has a suburb named after him. Find the postcode of this suburb and reverse it, eg. 2017 --> 7102. Add this number to both the lat and long of the following co-ordinates (ignoring decimal points etc) to get the location of WP3:
S 33 55.685 / E 151 07.545

Then just rock up at waypoint 3 and grab the cache. I was hoping to find a waypoint 3 closer to waypoint 2, but this is a nice spot anyway. Good luck!

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