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Adventure Clues

Unlock The Rocks: Cryptic Adventure

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Every day, 12pm to 1pm Thursday 18 February to Sunday 18 April

Brought to you by Adventure Clues - The colourful characters of The Rocks’ past come alive on this trail of discovery as they challenge you to uncover the interesting back stories of this important area. Your mission is to solve the 13 cryptic clues so that you can uncover the location of the Captains Ship.

Select this trail to go on an adventure and discover the incredible history of The Rocks. You will get up close and personal with the living history and heritage of Australia’s first settlement area and Sydney’s oldest streets.

Wander down hidden alleyways, into mysterious courtyards, walk the shortest street in Sydney, and watch out for the notorious Rocks Push gang!

Along the way we will show you some awesome stop off points to enjoy some beverages if you wish. If you do manage to complete the clues and reach the finish we will provide you with your stats and a detailed explanation of all the sights.

So do you have what it takes to Unlock The Rocks?

  • Play in small teams

  • Duration 2-3 hours

  • Get competitive

  • Adventure Clues fully supports social distancing guidelines, this is a self guided adventure in and outdoor environment. Please comply with all the latest government advice with regards to Covid-19.

Refer to the Adventure Clues website for more information.

What are you waiting for? Your first clue is waiting…

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