S 31° 52.548 E 115° 45.069 UTM: 50J E 381876 N 6472650 Use waypoint: GCQQ45 Rating: 2/2 Listed on: http://www.geocaching.com (Awaiting approval)
At a popular beach location. Soft sand makes the final approach difficult for anyone needing (and not having) a 4WD wheelchair.
The cache is a 500ml Nalgene screwtop container.
The location is extremely popular, particularly in summer months, so there are two big challenges here: 1/ Finding just where the cache is - there are many good hiding spots here - but which one is it in? 2/ Avoiding the muggles. Up to 1-2 thousand on a good day! Try visiting during a storm, winter, rainy day, or at night (in which case, dodge the fisherfolk!)
Lastly, check for snakes, they are sighted in the area, and good cache places also tend to be good snake places, too. Stomp your feet a lot to warn them off.
Meantime, bring your board, sea kayak, or surfski, and enjoy the waves! And if you need a break while trying to find it, the local cafe is excellent! It is also a nice walk up from Scarborough and Observation City. Plan for about 1/2 hour each way, depending on your speed. You can use either the dual-use path, or the beach itself, both have a lot to recommend them.