Zoidberg Has Fallen
In Tasmania, Australia
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This cache will take you to a relatively unknown set of waterfalls. You will however need to follow a trail which is loose and rocky in parts with some short steep sections. The trail is evident, but marked with reflective markers.
The cache container is a Team Tiges PVC v1.5! :) It contained too much stuff to mention all of it, but included a bouncy ball, a frog, a necklace and some bouncy putty stuff.
The walk took us about 1/2 hour each way, but could take longer, particularly in winter. There are 2 carparks on the road in, the final one is only recommended for 4WD owners. This means you have to walk down the road from the first carpark, but it's not far.
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- The falls from the bottom.This is the view from the bottom of the pool the falls run into. In winter after some heavy rain it should look very impressive. Looks quite serene here though. In that pool were trout, and a platypus! :)
Last Updated: on 4/23/2017 12:43:47 AM Pacific Daylight Time (7:43 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum