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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
S 35° 09.191'   E 138° 28.493'
This may not be the actual cache coordinate.

Port Noarlunga ,    South Australia   
Australia    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 30 Nov 2003
Waypoint (Landmark): N01458
Open Cache:    Non-commercial use only
Cache type:    Multi-Part
Cache size:    Normal

Difficulty:   gps gps gps (moderate)
Terrain:   gps gps (easy)
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Look outside, what a beautiful day!
Would you like to Come Play With Me?

Grab the kids, frisbee, picnic blanket and whatever and come and take a look around some of the lovely parks & playgrounds in the southern areas of Adelaide.

Starting at the coordinates given, answer the questions under Playground 1. Apply your answers to the coordinates of the playground your currently at. This will give you the coordinates for the next playground. Proceed to that location then, using these new coordinates, answer the questions under Playground 2. Keep doing this for all six playgrounds using each new playground's coordinates to work out where the next playground is and so on. Each completed playground will lead you to the next and eventually to the cache.

NB: With letters placed together like, eg. AB or EFDC, all you have to do is place the corresponding numbers together in the same order as the letters. For example if A = 24 & B = 13 then AB = 2413

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Playground 1:

A = How many mirrors in the playground?
B = How many planks of wood on suspension bridge?
C = How many stars on the Space Ranger?
D = How many metal 'teardrop' shaped rings hanging from the chains?

Part 1: Take D and subtract A, then add B, then add C, then multiply by B, then multiply by C.
Part 2: Take D and multiply by B, then add D.
Part 3: Take D and multiply by B, then add C.

Latitude:
Add part 1 to part 2 then divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Add part 1 to part 3 then divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the next playground.

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Playground 2:

A = How many silver steps on the yellow stairway?
B = How many 3"x3" uprights supporting the structure (Blue with yellow caps)?
C = How many letters in the name on the tunnel?
D = How many BBQ hotplates?
E = How many slide positions?
F = How many picnic tables?

Latitude:
Take AB and subtract C, then subtract D, then subtract A, then divide by 100.
Now subtract your answer from the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Take EFDC then divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the next playground.

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Playground 3:

A = How many planks of wood on the bridge?
B = How many rungs on the monkey bar?
C = How many firemen poles?
D = How many yellow hand holders/grips?

Latitude:
Take A and multiply by B, then multiply by C, then multiply C, then add B, then multiply by C, then divide by 1000.
Now subtract your answer from the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Take D and multiply by C, then add C. Now behind this answer place A (making a 4 digit number) then divide this new number by 1000.
Now subtract your answer from the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the next playground.

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Playground 4:

A = How many blue tyres?
B = How many spokes in the blue vertical spiral?
C = How many slides?
D = How many flying foxes?

Latitude:
Part 1: Take A and multiply by B, then add C, then add D.
Part 2: Take A and multiply by B, then add C, then add D, then add D.
Place part 2 behind part 1 making a 4 digit number. Now divide by 1000.
Now subtract your answer from the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Part 1: Take D and add D, then multiply by A.
Part 2: Take A and add B, then add C, then add C, then multiply by C.
Place part 2 behind part 1 making a 4 digit number. Now divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the next playground.

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Playground 5:

A = How many slides?
B = How many swing sets?
C = How many coloured sliding balls?
D = How many steps on the green slide?

Latitude:
Part 1: Take A and multiply by B, then multiply by C, then multiply by C.
Part 2: Take A and multiply by D, then add A.
Add part 2 to part 1. Now divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Part 1: Take C and multiply by C, then multiply by C, then multiply by B.
Part 2: Take C and multiply by C, then multiply by A, then subtract C, then subtract A, then multiply by B, then subtract C, then add B.
Add part 2 to part 1. Now divide by 1000.
Now add your answer to the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the next playground.

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Playground 6:

A = How many rungs on the monkey bar?
B = How many swing sets?
C = How many slides?
D = How many barked playing areas?

Latitude:
Take A and multiply by A, then subtract B. Now divide by 1000.
Now subtract your answer from the latitude minutes.

Longitude:
Take B and multiply by C, then multiply by D, then subtract A. Now divide by 1000.
Now subtract your answer from the longitude minutes.

Now enter the latitude and longitude you've worked out into your GPS.
If correct it will guide you to the cache.

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