Went to a old abandoned mine in south Australia found some interesting rocks and thought id go through them with everyone. Some times that one rock you walk over ten time that looks like nothing can be very rich in minerals inside if you brake it open. Loads of copper and pyrite
Views: 415 Blue Dog Prospecting Australia
Here is a video of some time I spent away using and testing coils hunting for Gold. A great mate and I were fortunate enough to host Gordon Heritage from the UK so he could find his first Australian nugget. Nothing big found but it certainly was some great fun and the ELITE coils performed perfectly. Hope you enjoy it - Trevor.
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We went to a location famous for gold where diamonds had previously also been found. Diamonds are best sourced using a gold pan in conjunction with a fine sieve as most alluvial diamonds tend to be very small in size. About this Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/Careneri/featured?view_as=public MORE How to Find Gold and Gems – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViGnuqq5sYBjuBthfKPhRNGO Jewelry Making Tutorials – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViEih85hG7ZiSZIYQmsv6WV0 LAPIDARY Gem Cutting - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViFknwDrLvXnyCXL_PaOuago Liz Kreate Recipes – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViFhoAEfZDfOtHqrQqBllUuX Pedro the Budgie – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViEmoVtph1ZjkyGfMchZFcgU Official Pedro the Budgie Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQbOj641px0d_e-m3YbQMag
Views: 1061794 Liz Kreate
Headed back to my good old spot in Gippsland for some panning, crevicing, and sluicing. Was hoping for some good gold (read: pickers), but things don't always go to plan. I ended up with some colour in the pan at the end of the day so the day was in a fact a success...just not as much of a success as one might hope for. Nonetheless, I'm happy...despite losing another camera to the creek. haha. sigh. As always, thanks for watching. I really do appreciate it. And please remember to show your support by LIKING, COMMENTING, SHARING and SUBSCRIBING if you liked it...it helps a lot. DFG Gear available from Teespring. Check out the links below. US Store: https://bit.ly/DigginForGoldUSA Rest of the World: https://bit.ly/DigginForGoldROTW
Views: 3974 Diggin' For Gold
Ever wonder how people mined for gold? Have no fear! You can use a pan, a large drill, and even explosives! Anthony did some digging and found out many of the methods that people get that rare substance out of the ground and into your wallet! Don't miss Discovery's epic three-night event! Klondike premieres Monday, January 20th at 9|8c on Discovery Read More: Modern Gold Mining http://money.howstuffworks.com/30924-modern-gold-mining-video.htm "With the price of gold at all time highs, a familiar fever is sweeping Alaska." Gold Price Ounce http://www.goldpriceoz.com/ "Current gold prices per ounce and gold prices history." Improvements in Stope Drilling and Blasting For Deep Gold Mines http://www.saimm.co.za/Journal/v075n06p139.pdf "The rate of face advance in the gold mines is between 3 and 10 m a month, with a median value of about 5 m a month; it follows that faces are blasted less frequently than is planned." Gold Mining - Methods http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold_mining#Methods "Placer mining is the technique by which gold has accumulated in a placer deposit is extracted." How Does Gold Mining Work? http://www.wisegeek.com/how-does-gold-mining-work.htm "Gold mining can use several different techniques, depending on the situation involved and the type of mining being done." What is the Role of Cyanide in Mining? http://www.miningfacts.org/environment/what-is-the-role-of-cyanide-in-mining/ "Cyanide is a naturally occurring chemical that is found in low concentrations throughout nature including in fruits, nuts, plants, and insects." Gold Fun Facts http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/past-exhibitions/gold/eureka/gold-fun-facts "It has been estimated that, worldwide, the total amount of gold ever mined is 152,000 metric tons, only enough to fill 60 tractor trailers." Watch More: 5 Surprising Uses for Gold http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnsJEEEgbvY TestTube Wild Card http://testtube.com/dnews/dnews-437-pets-make-us-healthier?utm_campaign=DNWC&utm_medium=DNews&utm_source=YT The Truth About Diamonds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjUCAMFVjaY ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni on Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez on Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews on Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com
Views: 265802 Seeker
G’day goldiggas in this video I was out looking for some more deposits to work when there’s enough water, unfortunately I got soaked I had a good time anyway and it wasn’t cold now I think I’ve done enough prospecting it’s time to start filling the vials again so I can buy more gear😆😆⚒👍🏻 #gold #nosmallcreator #bugu
Views: 331 Gippsland gold digga
Thomas Risely¹s account of the discovery gives an insight into the hardships which were to confront the settlers of the area. Myself, Toomey and Charlie Crossland, started out from our camp at Barcoyton. After prospecting the belt for some days our water gave out. Our blackboy whom I call Wheelbarrow, said he knew plenty of Gabby (water) at Koorkoordine. When we got to Koorkoordine we found one of Hunt¹s dry wells, just as dry as we were. We decided to start back through the night and return to our camp, distance about 40 miles, and we travelled by the Southern Cross - taken to stars to the north - thanks to Charlie Crossland¹s knowledge of the stars. Or our bones would be bleaching in the scrub now, as we were two days without water at this time. We had to remain at our camp until rains came, them myself and Mick Toomey set out again. We discovered gold four miles from Koorkoordine. I named the place Southern Cross.¹ There was a small goldrush but it was short-lived (this was an area of reef gold not alluvial gold) because on 17 September 1892 a young Queenslander, Arthur Wellesly Bayley, rode into Southern Cross with 554 oz of gold which he had discovered at Fly Flat (now Coolgardie). The discovery started the greatest gold rush in West Australian history. Overnight the miners who had flocked to the Southern Cross diggings moved to the more lucrative eastern fields. The town¹s growth was dramatic but it was never a boisterous centre like Coolgardie or Kalgoorlie. In 1891 the Eastern Goldfields first courthouse was built. By 1893 it had become a municipality. And in 1894 the railway arrived giving the town fast and reliable access to the coast. Today the area produces oats, barley, wheat, sheep and gold but the average annual rainfall of 279 mm means that the land is marginal. In recent times the fluctuating price of gold has seen renewed interest in the Southern Cross area with both Broken Hill Metals NL and Golden Valley Mines NL being the main operators in the region
Views: 1390 Donald Pugh
A people speak out for their river, and for their future. The Hidden Valley gold and silver mine in the Morobe Province is affecting communities living along the Watut River, a long and fast-flowing river in the lush mountains of Papua New Guinea. In this evocative and beautifully shot short documentary we hear how indigenous models of development are clashing with those imposed by mining companies and government when they are not listening to local landowners. “Is this development for the benefit of local people or for the shareholders in Australia and South Africa?” – Howard Sindana in Hidden Valley. We hear from a diverse range of local community representatives, community workers and landowners including Reuben Mete from the Union of Watut River Communities and from Dr. Gavin Mudd, an environmental engineer, as they describe the impacts of this jointly Australian - South African owned mine as well as the way forward to a more sustainable future. Premiered at on 5th September 2013 at the Environmental Film Festival Melbourne, Australia. Director: Jessie Boylan Producer: Charles Roche / Mineral Policy Institute Cinematography: Jessie Boylan Editor: Anthony Kelly
Views: 6122 Jessie Boylan
A quick tutorial on panning. A few sapphires, zircons and some very fine gold. Parsons gully nsw.
Views: 1964 SE QLD & NE NSW fossicking
Coolgardie is a small town in Western Australia, 558 kilometres (347 mi) east of the state capital, Perth. It has a population of approximately 1,000 people. Although Coolgardie is now known to most Western Australians as a tourist town and a mining ghost town, it was once the third largest town in Western Australia (after Perth and Fremantle). At this time, mining of alluvial gold was a major industry and supplied the flagging economy with new hope. Many miners suffered under the harsh conditions, but for a few, their finds made the hard work worthwhile. Most men, however, left poorer than they had started off, with their hopes dashed. The town was founded in 1892, when gold was discovered in the area. Australia had seen several major gold rushes over the previous three decades, mostly centred on the east coast, but these had mostly been exhausted by the 1890s. With the discovery of a new goldfield, an entire new gold rush began, with thousands flocking to the area. By 1898, Coolgardie was the third largest town in the colony, with an estimated population of 5,008 (3,151 men and 1,857 women). At its peak, 700 mining companies based in Coolgardie were registered with the London Stock Exchange. The town also supported a wide variety of businesses and services, including the railway connection between Perth and Kalgoorlie, a swimming pool (first public baths in the state), many hotels and several newspapers. The value of Coolgardie to the colony in the late 1890s was so very significant that it was used as leverage to force Western Australia to join the Australian federation - Britain and the eastern colonies threatened to create a new state to be named Auralia around Coolgardie and other regional goldfields, such as Kalgoorlie, if the government in Perth did not agree to hold a referendum on federation. The Western Australian government reluctantly complied and a referendum was held just in time to become a founding state in the new federation. When federation did occur in 1901, Coolgardie was the centre of a federal electorate, the Division of Coolgardie. Soon after in November 1901, Alf Morgans from the state electorate of Coolgardie briefly became Premier of Western Australia. Albert Thomas, also of Coolgardie, was elected the first Member of Dundas, an electoral division south of Coolgardie. However, the gold began to decrease in the early 1900s, and by World War I, the town was in serious decline. The federal electorate was abolished in 1913 due to the diminished population, as many of its residents left for other towns where the gold was still plentiful, and it soon ceased to be a municipality. The situation remained unchanged throughout the century, as its population slipped to around 200 and it became a virtual ghost town. An example of this decline is that, in March 1896, Coolgardie's main street was lit by an electric light, but by April 1924, the same street was lit by four hurricane lamps. Despite this, many of the buildings from the town's peak were retained, which in recent years has helped start a small revival in the town's fortunes. The development of a tourist industry has once again created some employment in the town, resulting in a small increase in population. Coolgardie appears to be no longer in danger of dying. _____________________________________ Music By - Midnight Oil. Song title - "Blue Sky Mine:. _____________________________________ Intro & Outro - Song - Kevin Blight (Stratboy999) Graphics - Jeroen Oppers
Views: 933 VB Ed
An early look back on the historic gold mining towns of Hill End and Tambaroora courtesy of History Hill living museum http://historyhill.com.au/ Hill End - In the 1850s the Hill End area was known as Bald Hills. In 1860 a village was proclaimed, first as Forbes, then in 1862, it was altered to Hill End. In the early 1870s, Hill End took over Tambaroora as the main town in the area. Bernhardt Holtermann with the 630lb rock containing more than 75 percent gold from Hill End, unearthed in 1872 Hill End owes its existence to the New South Wales gold rush of the 1850s, and at its peak in the early 1870s it had a population estimated at 8,000 served by two newspapers, five banks, eight churches, and twenty-eight pubs. The town's decline when the gold gave out was dramatic: by 1945 the population was 700. At the 2006 census, Hill End had a population of 166, which now has dropped to 80 people during the year 2017. In October 1862 the Telegraph line reached Hill End (Tambaroora) from Bathurst via Sofala, the Telegraph Office opened for telegraph messages bringing the remote town into instant contact with the rest of the Colony. Prior to this event, communications took 12 hours by the mail stagecoach to Bathurst. After delays due to lack of materials a telephone line was installed into Hill End in 1914; after 60 years of Morse code telegraph messages, Hill End could now speak to adjacent towns and even Sydney if necessary. In 1923 a telephone exchange was installed at the Hill End Post Office; before this calls could only be made by the Post Office to other towns. The exchange allowed new telephones installed in businesses and private homes to connect locally and to other towns. Tambaroora - Up until the later part of 1852 the area near the junction of Golden Gully and Tambaroora Creek in the vicinity of the future Commissioners Camp later known as Camp Hill was referred to by correspondence and early miners as "The Stock Yards", another name associated with the future Town was Samuels Flat or Samuels Field, this was located immediately to the west of the Commissioners Camp between Golden Gully and Moonlight Gully/Creek and attracted rushes of miners with reports of gold being found there on more than one occasion. The 1852 Pastoral Map is annotated with "Samuels Flat" in the same area that a Stockyard was located, this Stockyard would have been Oakes Stockyard as it is mentioned by name in relation to rushes to the area. The roads in the district which were already established for pastoral usage merged in the vicinity of the future town, the road later known as the Escort Track entered the town at Clarke Street, the road to Cummings and Bundy Stations was at Mcmahon Street. There was also the road to Dirt Holes Creek and its continuance to Louisa Creek (present day Hargraves) and Richardsons Point (present day Windeyer) on its way north to Mudgee. A deciding factor in the siting of the Commissioners Camp would be its central location to the surrounding local goldfields of the Lower Turon, Bald Hills Creek, Golden Gully, The Stock Yards, Tambaroura Creek, Dirt Holes Creek and Green Valley This merging of tracks would have seen a concentration of those whose interest was in commercialization and not prospecting, hotels and stores soon occupied prime positions along the road between Golden Gully and Dirt Hole Creek with a scattering of Hotels and Stores in each of the local goldfields. Throughout 1852 an inrush of miners and associated industries saw the name Tambaroora Proper appear as a reference to this area, the "Proper" initially being added to distinguish it from the area of the same name. The town was a major hub for the gold mining and supporting industries in the district, its significance declined in the late 1860s when alluvial mining waned and later at the beginning of the 1870s when the focus moved from alluvial mining to reef mining on Hawkins Hill and around the young pup Hill End. Many revivals followed, the economic depression of the 1890s had a severe impact on the country and the world, many feeling the hardship made their way back to the fields to try their luck. In the 1890's an attempt was made by the government to revive the town, adjustments to the town boundary in the north east corner of the town saw new Lots surveyed and placed on the market, thou with little success, previously unsold Lots from the 1860s and 70s were once again advertised for sale on numerous occasions, and a new General Cemetery was surveyed and dedicated. Royalty free music from Audioblocks www.audioblocks.com 1. 'Open your eyes' 2. 'Relaxed presentation electronica' 3. 'Yesterday' 4. 'Ambient express' 5. 'Reminder of the past' 6. 'Surrounding shadows' Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and get more great holiday ideas Ask us a Question [email protected] Check out our website: http://www.theholidayhunter.com.au/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HolidayHunterAustralia
Views: 437 The Holiday Hunter
Scattered on the ground are all sorts of agates of different colors and shapes, crystals and other gemstones. Anyone can come here and get as much agate and gemstones as you want. Agate Creek fossicking area is located 70 km. South of Forsayth, Queensland Australia by a gravel road but also suitable for conventional vehicle. There is a designated camping area with shower, toilet and potable drinking water. Winter is the best time to come here as the weather is not too hot. NOTE: Please be aware that fossicking in Queensland, Australia requires a current fossicking license or fossicking camping permit which can be obtained online or from Queensland regional and district offices and authorized agents. Licences are not required at tourist mines and similar sites that charge a fee for entry.
Views: 10967 Liz Kreate
Hi all, I wanted to film all day and put a days detecting together to show some new operators what it takes, the day didn't quite go to plan - as we know we cant control what targets we get. In saying that I certainly didn't want to change my strategy and go to a location where there is no gold just for the sake of a video with digging only junk all day. This day was great, not huge by any stretch of the imagination - but certainly a fun day. All days in the field are the same either way, we just enjoy them for what they are. Days like this certainly add to our enjoyment. I hope you all like the video - I tried to compress it the best I could rather than putting all the footage of roughly 6 hours into the video. I tried to capture some hard work sped up with a variety of the junk targets mixed in with the good finds. My apologies about some camera angles - next time I will remind myself camera angles as a high priority Dont forget to subscribe, like, comment and I will be sure to shoot a comment back. Cheers, Minelab Gold
Views: 1874 Minelab Gold
Site trip to the Mt Bundy gold project in the Northern Territory, Australia. The site trip includes a review of The Rustlers Roost, Tom’s Gully and Quest 29 deposits, the infrastructure surrounding the project and a review of the potential processing methodology. July 2016
Views: 1824 Primary Gold Ltd
Nice to know using old detectors over 10 years of age (gp3000) that gold can be found in permission areas, here in south Queensland. Follow INSTAGRAM "Barnes Dazza Goldfinders" FACEBOOK "Goldfinders Metal detecting" Australia still plenty around, was a great day out with some mates and new friends. Also some nice tips towards beach hunting with a twist. (thinking outside the square)
Views: 3961 Darren Barnes
Join with as as we journey to New Zealand to sluice for gold the 'Old Timer's' way and explore long abandoned gold mines amid the spectacular scenery of the South Island's West Coast. Thanks for watching our videos and subscribing! www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au
Views: 8674 NQExplorers
HOW TO FIND GOLD LOCATIONS IN VICTORIA - This video is a tutorial on How to find Gold Locations in Victoria using GEOVIC, provided by the Victorian Government. GEOVIC is an interactive mapping tool that provides a multitude of information in "thematic layers" . It can also be used in conjunction with Google Maps. I give a Step-by-Step demonstration of accessing and using GEOVIC to find Gold locations in Victoria. I also demonstrate how to make my own "Gold Prospecting Map" using GEOVICs unique detailed "Leads and Workings" overlay. Research is essential to achieving success in the Goldfields, and GEOVIC is an excellent open source research tool for prospectors. ALWAYS SEEK PERMISSION BEFORE ENTERING PRIVATE LAND Enjoy, Comment, Share and SUBSCRIBE. Regards Aussie. Soundtrack "West" by Silent Partner courtesy of the YouTube Audio Library This Channel features topics such as: Gold Prospecting, Gold Prospecting Australia, How to get Gold, Gold Panning Australia, How to find Gold in Australia, Australian Gold, Gold Nuggets, Alluvial Gold Prospecting Techniques, Metal Detecting, Gemstones, Gem Fossicking, Mapping, Navigation, Gold Research, 4WDing and more. WEBSITE http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/ CONTACT http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/76/contact-us
Views: 35314 Aussie Bloke Prospector
In this video I talk about a unique audio signal that the Minelab GPZ 7000 makes that I have dubbed "The Zed Warble". It is a unique and complex signal that the GPZ makes when it detects a metallic target like Gold. It is a signal that I discovered over time was a very important signal that the GPZ creates that is unlike previous detector technology. I have discovered that "The Zed Warble" is a tell-tale sign that there is "something there" that is NOT just ground noise. It's a great indicator that dismisses any doubt as to whether you are hearing a real target or not. This year in WA, once I realised what this signal was, I trained my ear to listen for it and found many many targets I would have other-wise missed. Learn this signal and you will find gold. Enjoy, Like, Share and Subscribe. Regards Aussie. Soundtrack - End of Summer by the 126ers (Youtube Audio Library) This Channel features topics such as: Gold Prospecting, Gold Prospecting Australia, How to get Gold, Gold Panning Australia, How to find Gold in Australia, Australian Gold, Gold Nuggets, Alluvial Gold Prospecting Techniques, Metal Detecting, Gemstones, Gem Fossicking, Mapping, Navigation, Gold Research, 4WDing and more. WEBSITE http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/ CONTACT http://www.eurekaprospecting.com.au/76/contact-us
Views: 15572 Aussie Bloke Prospector
In this video we travel to Western Australian Gold field in our search for Gold. In this trip I am with my good friends Marty and Warren who are both Professional Gold Prospectors. For buying of detectors and accessories or technical support you can contact Nenad at Phase Technical tell him Famo59 sent you _______________________________________________________________ A special thanks to Neil Colstone for your support mate. Check out Neil Colstone The Comic Chef. Neil has a great you tube channel.. Leave a comment and subscribe then leave a comment that I sent you..! Here is a link to his channel. _______________________________________________________________ https://www.youtube.com/user/neilcolston Some music tracks might be down loaded from Bensound at "Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music ________________________________________________________________ For all your detecting requirements You can contact Nenad on his web page. http://phasetechnical.com.au/ Nenad lonic you tube link to his page is.. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8ikICv4jGOPd8bK-EHKCYA Once you are at his you tube page go to videos to see his full list of his latest up loads on tests from metal detectors to different coil. _____________________________________________________________ Tony’s other you tube links Gold in iron stone 1 W.A 2016 https://youtu.be/EIzf8KP3aNA Gold in iron stone part 2 W A 2016 https://youtu.be/2RBy8HpojdA Coiltek CTX 3030 10x5 DD coil. Detecting at 1800's old house. https://youtu.be/38fJug6SLfc Golden Easter Gold Detecting Hunt.01/04/2018 https://youtu.be/x2SzToKMBPw Gold Stamper.. https://youtu.be/Y_m4xd-Jj_M Gold Monster 1000 Shaft and Arm Strap modification https://youtu.be/QzCpYB-8xig Detecting on the beach at Port Elliot in South Australia https://youtu.be/G83bye0ulEk
Views: 1110 Famo59
Gympie is about 160 kilometres north of the state capital, Brisbane. The city lies on the Mary River, which floods the town periodically. At the 2011 census, Gympie had a population of 18,602. The Gympie Gold Mining and Historical Museum houses memorabilia from the early gold mining era, as well as displays showcasing military, rural, transport, communications, and steam development in Australia. The town of Gympie has an important and colourful history, from being cited as the "Town that saved Queensland from Bankruptcy" to being the home of Andrew Fisher, Labor's second Prime Minister. Everybody is invited to visit our Museum where you can find out just how Gympie saved Queensland and discover more of the region's past and present. The Museum houses a vast collection of documentation, artifacts and photographs dating from the discovery of gold in 1867 by James Nash to the recently closed operations of the Gympie Eldorado Goldmine. In 1867, James Nash discovered 72 ounces of Gold in just 6 days. This started the Gold Rush in Gympie and it became known as The Town that saved Queensland from Bankruptcy. Gympie has has seen the rush for alluvial gold, deep reef mining, reprocessing of tailings and the re-opening of the mines in the mid 1980s. With the recent cessation of mining, there still remains the lure of residual gold and there may well be more to come. You can learn all about this, and much more of Gympies colourful and historical past right here at the Museum. The site comprises over 5 hectares containing over 30 display areas in and around 15 major buildings. Gympie is heralded as the town that saved Queensland from bankruptcy due to drought and low wool prices back in the 1800s. Thanks to James Nash discovery of gold where the Gympie Town Hall now stands back in 1867, the Gold Rush was started. Within 6 months of James Nash’ windfall, over 15,000 men had raced to Gympie to dig for their fortunes. The town grew at a rapid rate and amazingly many of the original buildings are still there. Gympie's Gold Mining and Historical Museum showcases not only Gympie's rich gold mining history but also other aspects of the region's past era including steam machinery, agricultural, dairying, vehicles, gemstone and shell collections. Andrew Fisher House (named after Australia's second Labour Prime Minister 1908-1915) is part of the Museums collection of historical buildings housed with period furniture. Also the award winning Military Collection of the Fifth Light Horse Regiment which includes military equipment and memorabilia of all sons and daughters of the Gympie area that went to war. Try your luck at the Museum's Gold Panning and take home a specimen of Gympie Gold - a great time for the whole family. Tour groups welcome.
Views: 800 Iwonna Rymar
Over the Weekend I headed to Warwick Queensland, to see if I could find some colour in the pan. This was a first test of my modified High banker setup
Views: 20591 john24gold1
Diamond and Gold Exploration Mining in Batouri.
Views: 35459 IAK Resources AG
Metal detecting the river bank South East Queensland Australia. Just being the "River Janitor". If you have some spare time and get you kicks watching some bloke pull rusty crap from the ground, sit back and enjoy! Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE!
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Hi Everyone. I will show you what my friend Rick Fisher found in the Western Australian Goldfield. A whopping Natural 10 Ounce Gold Nugget. Yeee Haaa... Rick can spend up to a month at a time searching for the big gold nuggets as that is what he has plenty of the three PPP. Patients and Persistence and Determination. Rick wont stop searching till he finds toughs big GOLD NUGGETS. Rick and myself have spent many a nights at the camp fire talking about the big gold nuggets over a Port,Beer and a good glass of wine. I hope you enjoy seeing this huge gold nugget that Rick so graciously brought around to show me and let me video the gold nugget as I could show my YouTube Subscribers also. A Huge Thank You Rick. Special thanks to Neil Colstone for your support mate. Check out Neil Colstone The Comic Chef. Neil has a great you tube channel.. Leave a comment and subscribe then leave a comment that I sent you..! Here is a link to his channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/neilcolston Tony’s other you tube links Gold in iron stone 1 W.A 2016 https://youtu.be/EIzf8KP3aNA Gold in iron stone part 2 W A 2016 https://youtu.be/2RBy8HpojdA Pay dirt bag review 2016 https://youtu.be/ZsfjP45yBC8 Tibooburra gold trip NSW 2016 https://youtu.be/0K8ceSySJrk Sharpest Knifes 2017 https://youtu.be/6R15Ba-qTfc West Australian sunrise 2016 https://youtu.be/useznc6Jqz0 Gold at Hawk nest West of Laverton W.A 2016 https://youtu.be/lVqN9x4B3Dk How to sharpen knives... Then the sharp test. PART ONE https://youtu.be/vNvb1BsqD0Q Sharpest knives in the world..!! Cutting aluminium cans and plastic soda bottles https://youtu.be/euvMmWBAifI Coin and relic detecting. W G Grace belt buckle find. https://youtu.be/Ufaf-vV5iDw Gold in the Victoria gold fields part one of two at camp https://youtu.be/xId0C-ZnvAM Gold in the Victoria gold fields part two of two at camp https://youtu.be/XKC-xgwz1JA Gold in iron stone part 3 gold, wind and snakes at Ora Banda district https://youtu.be/5L0n8kCDVAM Survival food ( Bush Bananas ) Bush tucker food. https://youtu.be/89bBUw-_XVY Coin hunt In the Adelaide park lands after the Clipsal 500 motor race. 22 03 17 https://youtu.be/KEptv80IR2Y Gold, sunrise, camels, termite mounds, flat Tyre and yabbies. https://youtu.be/U-BNPIwL3DY Tibooburra goldfields. My safety tip on why I wear snake guards. https://youtu.be/Tixm0Z-RNGU Gold in Tibooburra. How to Grid to find more gold...... https://youtu.be/GC0bWPgSTtg My 100 subscriber’s giveaway gold nugget https://youtu.be/EHI63JXlkyU clip to a perfect pizza base https://youtu.be/pTQGdCMMrTQ Start of my 2017 gold prospecting trip https://youtu.be/gl8-zHwHBAQ Start of my trip gold prospecting to Kalgoorlie 19/04/2017 https://youtu.be/bM9F3gYRtNE Spiders hunting at night. Australia Wolf Spider. Part two of my gold trip to Western Australia https://youtu.be/85QOiEM378o Western Australia GOLD ....25-04-2017 part three https://youtu.be/67x3uqBRpLI Part 4 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/2tily_Ep5Hs Part 5 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields at Norseman https://youtu.be/ruL8kqERPF0 Part 6 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/xj_hI3850bc Part 7 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/UaCJ1CJYEAo Part 8 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/kC9N_GAwRAU Part 9 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/u0r5KeISx9Q 3x3 knives tag challenge from Bearded Seabee 82 To Famo59 https://youtu.be/0HoyYL7LQyQ Part 10 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields https://youtu.be/tgWwPcAZvOI Part 11 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields..Gold Nuggets. https://youtu.be/KzGoErVTHCw Part 12 of my gold adventure to the Western Australia goldfields final Episode https://youtu.be/g7PXXithwbY Field test with the minelab monster 1000 https://youtu.be/hwW5KwNCLNg Gold detecting in the West Australian Goldfields. https://youtu.be/dzqp6ZXcReo Gold detecting harness for shoulder injury 2014 https://youtu.be/E-vg5tmJgW4 Crystalline Gold Specimen .Western Australian Goldfields https://youtu.be/19TgHVA05PA Gold from a reef then the process of crushing it in an 1800 steam rock crusher. https://youtu.be/eQuO-wvkEUk 15/10/2017 Coin and Relic hunt in the Adelaide Parklands. https://youtu.be/zRLtEMUVuoE My 1838 German 1 Pfenning coin find. https://youtu.be/I1oKoP4bxrY Finding Gold with a Rota Pan https://youtu.be/xNsiMReKC50 Huge 10 ounce Natural Gold Nugget. Found in Western Australian. https://youtu.be/lO1jAlUn508 Some music tracks might be down loaded from Bensound at "Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
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Sofala is a village in New South Wales, Australia, 255 kilometres (158 mi) north-west of Sydney, within Bathurst Regional Council. It is located beside the Turon River. Sofala is just off the Bathurst-Ilford Road, with only local traffic through the town itself. At the 2006 census, Sofala had a population of 208. Turon River Near Sofala Sofala came about as a direct result of the gold rush which had been spurred on when Edward Hargraves discovered gold at Summerhill Creek on 12 February 1851. By June of that year, thousands of people had set up mining operations in the valley, and both the Royal Hotel and a general store were built in 1851 to handle the increased demand. Initially, gold was found in the area known as Gold Point on the Turon River. When the alluvial gold ran out, mining turned to quartz reef mining. The town was a centre of opposition to the gold licensing system in New South Wales at the time. A considerable proportion of the miners were Chinese. Sofala Public School was established in 1878. There was an Anglican church and a Catholic convent. The Convent opened in 1872 and closed in 1909, although it was a church until 1970. The Gas Hotel was one of the first two hotels licensed, in 1851. The Royal Hotel was established in 1862.There were also two other hotels in 1866, Sofala Inn and Barley Mow. The Barley Mow having a Cobb and Co booking office. Now a private residence, the Post Office and telegraph office, built in 1879 operated until 1989. Attractions today include the gold-rush-era Sofala Royal Hotel and the old gaol. Small-scale gold workings are still active in the town. Sofala has been reported to be the oldest surviving gold-rush town in Australia. There are still gold prospectors who pass the time using metal detectors, gold pans, and sluice boxes to recover small quantities of gold dust.
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With this new short GIA field expedition video you will discover some aspects of the GIA Field Expedition FE67 that took place in June 2015 in order to visit sapphire and opal mining areas in Australia. On the sapphire side we started with Inverell in New South Wales, then moved to the Anakie sapphire field and finally to the Lava plains both of them in Queensland. Each time we were impressed with the technical knowledge about sapphire mining... Enjoy!
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Using a drag coil for gold prospecting
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This is Part 3 of 3 video's that i shot by myself (yeah sorry for the camera) when i was out prospecting near Drake this weekend. I hope you like them. I did notice that there aren't many video's out there of beginners just trying out for first times. Not sure if I am doing it 100% right but we all learn and unfortunately i haven't see a whole lot on You tube after the last 2 years of me doing it so thought i would put some up of my own. Once again this is my first post and I hope it helps or i hope for some feedback if you are able too! Ta
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Gold nuggets in a tree? Our ultimate placer deposit delivers again! Could there be a record gold score at this placer deposit? Maybe a huge gold quartz vein? Huge gold nuggets and pickers found in all pans we did this trip. We found amazing chunky gold at the ultimate placer deposit inside a tree and more big chunky gold found on bedrock and In moss at our ultimate placer deposit. Gold found in every pan! We will be exploring this area further and hope to eventually find a bedrock exposure or vein which is producing the gold. Hope everyone enjoys the video and stay tuned for more! This video was made possible by our silver, gold & platinum patrons support! Thank you to the following patrons!!! Chuck Preston, Brian Hollingshead, Donnie Young, Ian Mays, Rigo Tolentino, Lucky Minerals Man, Natural Ore & More, John Granholm, Mathew Keener, Loren Michael Vaughn, Chelsay B, Don Forum, Shawn Warford, Doityourselfman, Chris Sparkes, Nathan Bellagente, Josh Fraccaro, Joel D Jefferey, Tanja Strickler, Mitch Bristow & Scott Hagen Here is the link: https://www.patreon.com/911mining Don't forget to follow us on Facebook!! Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/911mining Email: [email protected] Thank you & Enjoy! 911 Mining & Prospecting Co
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I returned to the spot I found in my last video in central victoria for a bit more prospecting, and also camped the night. It showed potential last time, and this time I proved that potential (imo) including finding a nice little nugget. Somehow messed up the captions towards the end of the videos and they're all showing about 6 seconds too early :( But since I didn't want to upload it again I thought you can just manage as is :) Enjoy! _____________________________________________________________ DFG Gear available from Teespring. Check out the links below. US Store: https://bit.ly/DigginForGoldUSA Rest of the World: https://bit.ly/DigginForGoldROTW
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This is our second video in our five part series of our trip to Kenya to install a shaker table to help eliminate the use of mercury by the smalls scale gold miners. We met with Julius who is the president of the MICA gold mining cooperative and donated a shaker table to MICA to show the miners a different technology for gold concentration other than the use of mercury. Once the shaker table was set up the miners were amazed! The shaker table on average recovered 2-3 times more gold from the same material they had been processing with their blanket/burlap sluices and mercury use. The table can also process the material up to 10 times faster than the blanket/burlap sluices. The result being in some cases 30 times more gold for the miners in the same amount of processing time. Stay tuned for more videos of our trip to Kenya. For more information about our shaker table or any of our other products email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 360-595-4445. http://www.mbmmllc.com
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Hi a short visit to the NSW south coast gold fields produces three nice pieces of gold, 0.6 gram, 0.3 and 0.1 grams. Got to be happy with a gram of the good stuff, found with my Minelab GPX 5000 and a 11 inch standard mono coli which is still playing up
This collection of finds features recoveries that were not included in our main adventure videos, a kind of 'Director's Cut' from 2017 edits. We travel from Queensland to Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia in search of coins, relics and gold in this final video of 2017. Look for (or hear for) cameo appearances by Greckie of CWPS, Jacob from Digging Australia, and Ben from Gold Diggers. We would like to thank all our subscribers for their support and look forward to some more great finds in 2018! All the best and Happy Fossicking from Colleen and Warren!
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Panning in a small stream on the Lleyn Peninsula , North Wales
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hi guys, welcome back for another day of prospecting. today i take the time to show yous how i use a river sluice to run tests up and down a section of creek to track the line of gold down.. this is the fastest way to run tests without waisting time doing pan samples. thanks for watching and see you next time. Sorry guys no gold nuggets or pickers today, #goldfever #gold #nosmallcreator Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/groups/127150691328058
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