Calder Capers II - Toot Toot retooted
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Ahh the sound of the steam engine. This time around it is on a train line of sorts!
This place can be a stop in your journey, or if you choose the right day of the year you can make it the whole reason for it! Just because it seems like there is nothing here most of the time, doesn't mean there's not a lot to explore. Here's a list of things to pack for your trip -
1. Canoe - Close by is the Gisborne Wetlands reserve with a nice little lake.
2. Fishing Rod - I've seen people fish here before. Not sure how good the catch is though
3. Big Plastic Jar - I'm sure you can collect lots of tadpoles here.
4. A yummy picnic
5. Your Train Drivers Cap!
Yes, you have landed at the Gisborne Steam Park. If it's open, go in and check out all the cool old Steam Engines. If you're really lucky and time it with the Steam Rally, you might even get to ride on the miniature railway. Mind you, the difficulty rating for the cache will be much much higher for the amount of muggles around.
The cache is about a 300m stroll from the closest parking, past the wetlands and the steam park enclosure to a kiddie sized station, but more frequently used by much bigger boys.
The Cache is a small tin container with just enough room for some little swaps Please make sure the cache is well hidden when you put it back!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum