Working a Creek for Fine Gold.


In this outing we head deep into the bush in search of a good spot to sample some auriferous gravels. That task complete, we move to the nearest ‘waterhole’ where the local red-bellied black snake population took exception to our presence! Some nice pickers were recovered along with flour gold, on a great day prospecting with mates. All the best in your bush adventures everyone and Happy Fossicking! Warren and Colleen.
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Relic Hunting in Tasmania: Garrett AT Max.


Join with us as we do a ‘Lap of Tassie’ and visit several old ghost town sites dating from the late 19th Century where we uncover some great old coins and relics. Premier find was a 1920s ‘Ned Kelly’ cap gun made by the Pope Mower Company in South Australia. Thanks for watching and subscribing! www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au

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Metal Detecting Abandoned Bush School 1: Garrett AT Max.


Join us in the first instalment of a two-part series centred on a small country school which was established in the 1870s and abandoned in the 1960s. ‘Find of the Day’ goes to Colleen with her Garrett AT Max: a beautiful Sterling Silver Victorian locket, from what we believe to be the sports oval area. A run of coins and other historic relics round out the hunt. Part 2 to follow features some more nice silver and other historic relics. Happy Fossicking to you all! Colleen and Warren.

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Metal Detecting for Relics in Western Australia: Garrett AT Max.


Metal detecting in W.A. is usually associated with the search for gold nuggets, but in this foray to the west we head into the giant forests of jarrah and karri in the search for abandoned mill towns and camps. Some nice relics of a bygone era come to light in this beautiful corner of Australia. We hope you enjoy this Southwest adventure! Happy Fossicking! www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au

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2nd Light Horse Regiment Relic Hunt: Garrett AT Max.


In the first ‘recon’ video into a new site, we head out in search of relics from the Great War. The 2nd Light Horse Regiment trained in this area in 1915 before deploying to Egypt, and eventually, Gallipoli. Lots of talking and a bit of detecting and a great WWI relic does come to light. Stay tuned for a second visit to this site in search of relics from this famous Cavalry Regiment. Happy Fossicking! www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au

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