WW2 Relic Hunting Australian Army Camp: Garrett GTI2500.

We make our first visit to a site initially established by elements of the 9th Australian Infantry Division, 2nd AIF Continue reading

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Metal Detecting Abandoned Railway Junction: Garrett ATPro: Garrett GTI-2500.

We visit the site of an abandoned junction station (1901-1926) where the 3’6″ Government line interchanged with an extensive 2’0″ Continue reading

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Metal Detecting Goldfields Relics II: Victorian Silver: Garrett AT Pro: GTI-2500.

Part II: Our continuing adventure at an 1876 North Queensland Goldfields site, where we discover some more goldfield relics left Continue reading

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Metal Detecting & Gold Cradling: Goldfields Relics: Victorian Silver: Garrett AT Pro.

Part I: We make a visit to an 1876 North Queensland Goldfields site, where we try our hand at some Continue reading

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Military Relic Hunting WW2 Artillery Camp: Garrett ATPro: GTI2500.

We make a return visit (Part II) to the site of “H” Australian Heavy Battery, a Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement Continue reading

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Metal Detecting ‘Ghost Town Silver’ : Garrett GTI-2500: Land Rover Defender

We visit the site of a North Queensland Tin Mining town which existed from the late 1880s until being abandoned Continue reading

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WW2 Australian Army Identity Disc Returned to Soldier’s Family (Metal Detecting Find).

During a hunt at the site of No.16 Australian Personnel Services Camp in early January 2012, we made the ‘dream’ Continue reading

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Military Relic Hunting WW2 Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement: Garrett ATPro: GTI2500.

We visit the site of “H” Australian Heavy Battery, a Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement comprising two 155mm guns, two Sperry Continue reading

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Military Relic Hunting WW2 RAAF Airfield – Cape York Australia.

We visit the site of a forward airstrip used by both the RAAF and USAAC in the defence of Northern Continue reading

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Metal Detecting 1883 Sugar Mill + Beach Hunt: Garrett ATPro: Infinium LS.

This is our return hunt to the site of an 1883 Sugar Mill. We add to our finds from the Continue reading

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