Join with Warren, Greckie and Phil on a 2,000km road trip to the NSW outback with the new Garrett AT Max International. Before heading off, we pick up some nice ‘micro-nuggets’ in the Central Victorian Goldfields using the optional 5 x 8″ DD searchcoil. Please note that ‘live’ digs are generally edited for brevity, and the gale force winds prevailing around Tibooburra at the time. Thanks for watching and subscribing and Happy Fossicking! Warren, Greckie and Phil.
Another great day on the lake with Ed B, investigating a WW2 artillery camp, turns up a real surprise late in the day when Colleen uncovers a Victorian 1896 English Penny. Was this a WW2 drop or indication of much earlier use of the site? Other great finds include a collar ‘Rising Sun’ – and an Identity Disc belonging to a Western Australian Digger. Thanks for watching and subscribing! Colleen, Warren and Ed. www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au
A quick ‘walk around’ of the Garrett AT Max International, covering all the main features of the new machine. www.garrettaustralia.com.au
Join with us as we once more journey to “The Island” courtesy Ed B, (OIC Water Transport) and manage to pull yet more coins and WW2 relics from a very heavily detected spot – as General Macarthur stated: “Always Go Back” (or something to that effect). Coins and WW2 militaria abound with a number of ‘live’ digs ending better than anticipated. We hope you enjoy out day out on the lake. Happy Fossicking to you all! Warren and Ed. www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au www.nqexplorers.com
We return once again to a well-hunted spot, this time with North Queensland legend George Mayer and still manage to make some nice recoveries with a ‘low and slow’ at maximum power policy. Featured is a beautiful 1943 Merino Ram Shilling at the end of the day. Thanks for watching and subscribing! Warren and George. www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au
Join with us for a smorgasbord of live digs, spearheaded by Colleen’s camerawork, as we extract more WW2 relics from a very hard-hit area. Careful detecting still managed to provide some nice finds and provide for a great day out. We hope you enjoy watching this video as much as we did making it! Happy Fossicking! Colleen and Warren.
Please enjoy this short video of our trip to Cesenatico, Italy, to the launch of the new Garrett AT MAX, and the 1st Olympics of Metal Detecting held on 7th May, 2017. We were able to put in a couple of hours on the new AT MAX and it will be a seamless move for any experienced AT Gold or AT Pro International users. It is also very user friendly for first-time users. The built in Z-Lynk system worked flawlessly with delay-free target signals, and the increased power of the AT MAX had us digging some deep targets on the beach. Italian beach sands are highly mineralised, we were recording Ground Balance readings of 85-88. Stay tuned for a full Australian AT MAX evaluation video. Happy Fossicking! Warren and Colleen.
Join us for the second part of two-day adventure into outback Queensland. Colleen features with a great silver find and lots of ‘live’ digs – you never know what will come to light in these old towns. The trip finishes with some sensational finds in the late afternoon. Thanks for watching and subscribing! Colleen and Warren.
Join us for a two-day adventure into outback Queensland, the video is in two parts for the two days. Colleen features with a great silver find and lots of ‘live’ digs – you never know what will come to light in these old towns. Part 2 on the second day finishes with some sensational finds in the late afternoon. Stay tuned and thank you for watching and subscribing! Colleen and Warren.
Join us for the continuation of our Western Queensland Ghost Town adventure. In this instalment we head deep into the remote spinifex country in search of old towns which ‘boomed’ during the late 19th and early 20th century, but now lay abandoned. Some great finds including a silver Florin and a glorious Edward VII Shilling from 1906, no doubt dropped during the boom days in the old town. We also encounter some unusual wildlife, descended from animals originally used to haul copper and base metals to the many smelters. Thanks for watching and subscribing! www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au