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Now, the area around waypoint 1 looked like a nice spot for an Easter Egg hunt. But, wait, we have a better idea - inspired by watching The Amazing Race on tv and reading about another GC cache (not in Australia) - let's hide a cache here!
Go to the listed coordinates and find the container that is cached there. It is full of 'eggs'. Two of these eggs contain the coordinates for the actual cache, so start looking! You only need to find one of these eggs, the only difference is that the coordinate note in one says 'congratulations' and the other one 'well done'. You might like to note which one you find, and how many eggs you had to open. You could be lucky and find them quickly, or, you could be some time - so this may not be the cache to attempt when you are in a hurry!! Please do not remove the coordinates or harm any of the eggs in any way (including boiling, poaching, scrambling, frying, benedicting, marking or leaving in two pieces).
GPS coverage left a bit to be desired at times, more so at GZ than WP1, so don't keep your search too narrow.
At placement the cache had an Easter theme, but unfortunately no chocolate (you can see we had to eat it all for WP!!!. Swaps don't need to follow suit, as Easter will soon be over.
Gb trg gur pbagnvaref bhg, lbh jvyy unir gb zbir jung lbh bsgra unir gb zbir gb svaq pnpurf (ng obgu ybpngvbaf).
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum