This is the fifth in the series of caches placed at the end of former railway lines. This one is at the Warburton Station at the end of the Lilydale to Warburton Railway line.
The railway line was built in 1901 to transport local fruit, vegetables and timber to Melbourne and to bring in tourists. The line finally surrendered to the motor car age when it closed in 1964. It has since been converted into a railtrail, one of the most popular in Australia.
The train climbing towards Warburton
One of the first trains in Warburton - Photo courtesy of Geoƒ
The cache is a 2 litre cliptop box. You will need to ensure you are not observed, which might be difficult on sunny days as this is a very popular bike trail.