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Like all geocaches, the obvious way may not be the quickest or the easiest.
My first cache! I tried to fill in some of the gaps in the map. This one can be approached from all directions with some directions being significantly easier than others. Those who want to can take a leisurely stroll to it, while those who rush in may end up with quite a climb on their hands. Beware of the prickles - it is possible to get to the cache without feeling like a pincushion.
Other than that, it is fairly standard; a camouflaged length of sealed drainpipe (It blends in with the leaves very well) filled with hopefully normal cache goodies. For those that know their history, this cache is on the site of one of the big bonfires for the Australian Bicentennial in 1988, although that is almost hard to believe now.
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- Cache goodiesThe goodies the cache begins with.
- View from the cacheThe cache have a very nice outlook over the city
Last Updated: on 1/26/2018 10:24:52 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:24 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum