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Gold prospecting trip NSW, Australian. Hill End and surroundings. Gold panning, Crevicing for gold
 
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Went on a trip with the misses out to Mudgee and Dubbo but along the way we did some camping in the gold regions of NSW, Hill End to Stuart Town. This is the first day at Hill End. Like and Subscribe for more videos and check out my other content. Cheers for being AWESOME! hill end gold, gold panning, gold panning hill end, gold prospecting australia, gold prospecting, gold, prospecting, panning for gold, where to find gold nsw, how to find gold, how to mine gold, gold mining, garrett, panning, high banking, dredging, sluice box, Highbanking for gold, Nuggets, Gold rush, Mining, Gold digger, Gold digging, Panning for black sand, Where to find gold, Mining for gold, Looking for gold, Gold nugget,gold prospecting,metal detecting,how to find gold,minelab 5000,how to,metal detector,bullion,australian gold,gold nuggets,minelab,alluvial prospecting,alluvial gold,sluicing,gold in australia,prospecting,sluicing for gold,crevicing for gold,how to prospect for gold,how to find alluvial gold,placer gold,kus TV
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Gold panning and High-banking at Shaolhaven River, NSW, Australia
 
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This video shows our "High Banking"/ sluice box set-up and how to "Pan" for super fine gold at the Shaolhaven River, Australia.
Views: 1339878 Wal nLiz
Bathurst Goldfields - Sydney Weekender
 
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Bathurst Goldfields Sydney Weekender segment shown 6/5/2010.
Views: 10669 Bathurst Goldfields
The Australian Gold Rush
 
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This is an educational video for Stage 3 students studying HSIE in NSW schools under the old HSIE BOS NSW Syllabus. This content is still relevant to the national curriculum, under the History K-10 Syllabus. This video introduces events that had a significant impact on shaping Australia and its colonies. Students develop an understanding regarding the evolution of the colonies and early migration to Australia in the 19th century (See ACHHK095 & ACHHK096). The purpose of this video was to be used in conjunction with an IGASAR (a process model for inquiry) learning sequence as part of a university assessment for unit EDSS223 at the University of New England (UNE), Armidale NSW.
Views: 96570 Drew Smith
Gold - Panning at Tuena Creek, NSW Nov. 2011
 
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Finally had a chance to chase Gold again after 2 weekends of just fishing. Decided to check out Tuena Creek after the 2010 floods ripped through the area. This video shows where and how to look for gold and also shows gold panning technique.
Views: 87080 Wal nLiz
Gold Panning for alluvial gold near Bathurst NSW
 
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Panning for alluvial gold on the Turon River, near Turondale, Bathurst NSW.
Views: 1988 Simmo's Offroad Tours
Mitchells Creek. Sunny Corner Gold Panning.
 
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this is the first gold panning video for my channel. I finally tracked down mitchells creek at sunny corner just out of Bathurst. I was only here for about an hour. but I will definetly be going back.
Bathurst Villages and Gold
 
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A vignette on Bathurst villages including 'Chesleigh' homestead Sofala.
A visit to the Pirate King Gold Mine
 
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Groty Gold out at Combaning NSW. Checking out an old mine site, miners rubbish dump and the mercury furnice.We had some fun swinging the X-terra 705 and our new sdc2300.
Australian Gold Town (1967)
 
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Sofala, Australia. Title reads 'Sofala'. Various shots around the ghost town of Sofala, an early Australian gold digging centre. Shots of the deserted houses and machinery shrouded by the early morning mist. Various shots of the early morning sun reflecting on the pounds and glittering through trees, picking out the dewy cobwebs. River Turon moving through the gold fields. Various shots of the empty mining fields. Various shots of the old mine workings where the crushing used to be done. Various shots around Sofala which is now a tourist attraction. (Comb.F.G.) Date found in the old record - 18/07/1967. FILM ID:3194.11 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 339 British Pathé
#60 Prospecting for gold in NSW, Australia | Digging Australia |
 
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I went out to central west NSW and went prospecting for gold with Nathan. Links to the equipment I use: AT Pro: https://amzn.to/2xLTIye Garrett ProPointer AT: https://amzn.to/2JiyVDK Lesche Hand Digger: https://amzn.to/2JkIHoZ Garrett finds pouch:https://amzn.to/2xIzVQ6 Thanks for watching, I hope you liked the video! I do Metal Detecting in Australia to look for old coins and relics. Check Digging Australia out on Instagram: https://instagram.com/digging_australia/ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3iGdJI2o7IfS4KEStH7o_w GDA: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDVYs9gYXREkN0OZx6hXjw/feed Detectors used: Garrett AT Pro International Minelab xterra 305 Camera: Lumix FT-25 Iphone 5s Digging tools: Lesche hand digger Sampson T handle shovel Music: https://soundcloud.com/ironbarkbob (Robert Stanley) If you have any questions feel free to send me a email: [email protected] Digging Australia on Instagram: https://instagram.com/digging_australia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/10675860623... GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY DIGGIN!
Views: 14087 Digging Australia
Welcome to HILL END
 
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Part 1 of Artist Wayne & Jacqui's Christmas Special. The dynamic duo find themselves visiting Hill End, the former gold mining town in New South Wales, Australia. It owes its existence to the New South Wales gold rush of the 1850s.
Views: 3271 Wayne Dowsent
Turon River. Coles Bridge Crevicing
 
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back at it again today after a weekend away at Hillend with the Dubbo Prospecting, Fossicking and camping club off facebook. a great weekend put together by Brian Walters. I stopped in at coles bridge on the turon river between hillend and Bathurst. spent a couple of hours working a crevice and catching up with some mates and their highbanker setup. if ur in the Central west nsw and enjoy camping, panning for gold, gold/metal detecting, hunting for gems/sapphires and ur on facebook, come and check out the Dubbo prospecting, fossicking and camping club. a great bunch of people to hang out with and share the passion of everything to do with finding gold/gems and camping. then check out the group, join up and have some fun. https://www.facebook.com/groups/DPFCClub/
Grove Creek Gold,NSW.
 
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Please excuse the sound in some sections of this video.I'm limited by my present equipment at present. Grove Creek itself runs through the middle of the magnificent Abercrombie Caves Nature Reserve,and in fact runs in one end of the Archway Cave, and 100m's on, out the other.I highly recommend the place.It as a little slice of heaven in which to camp, or stay in a cabin ,(as we did).Grove Creek itself is generous and easily the nicest and best producing creek I've ever panned.The park rules are that panning is allowed within 600m's downstream of the causeway which itself is just downstream of the exit of the Archway Cave. However,only panning is allowed.No HB's ,sluices or detecting.And no digging of the banks. There are also tours of the various caves which are well worthwhile.I highly recommend the place.
My Alluvial GOLD results from Hill End Gold panning trip
 
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This is a quick video of the gold I found while gold panning at Hill End. I spent about 6 hours over 2 days crevicing and panning a bedrock bar in the Hill End common. I love to look for gold, and I will post more videos of my gold prospecting trips I go on around N.S.W Australia. Thanks for watching kus TV and if your awesome, sub to my channel and check out my other videos.
Views: 362 kusTVadventures
The Australian GOLD RUSH!
 
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Did you know Australia had a gold rush? Well it did and it was instrumental in establishing Australia as a nation. Music backing, Rockytop. Rockytop by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 39970 Shadiversity
Miner spends big to find NSW resources
 
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Western Australia and Queensland may be leading the resources boom, but mining is alive and well in other states, with one miner about to spend $1 billion in NSW on developing gold and rare earth deposits.
How to Find and Pan for Diamonds
 
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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: 1217189 Liz Kreate
SOFALA NSW WHERE GOLD WAS FOUND DONE BY DRONE
 
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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.
Views: 712 Go fab Vids
Aussie Gold Rush - Craigs First Gold!
 
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Being part of the community your chosen hobby has is important. It creates a strong base of people you can ask advice from, ask for help if needed, get a solid laugh at the antics we all get up to, gives you a voice when it comes to laws that affect your hobby. But, most importantly, it creates the opportunity to make friends and bring new people into the fold. So when David McGarvie put a request out for someone to take a potential new prospector out, Craig Hamilton, who was also local enough to make a short drive to some of the best alluvial gold fields in Aus I jumped at the chance! A solid two months went by with our schedules not quite meeting up, but today we managed to do it. I took Craig out to one of my favourite spots to learn how to pan and run a little river sluice. The end result, gold, smiles and a new mate!
Views: 2591 Vo-Gus Prospecting
Yalwal - South Coast - NSW - Australia
 
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Yalwal is a wilderness and historic gold mining area, 30 kilometers from Nowra on the South Coast of New South Wales Australia.
Adventure Gold. Gold, gems and old mines
 
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In this video we go on an exploring drive to the south of Bathurst chasing sapphires and gold.Porter Retreat gives up some gold and sapphires before we take a look at an old gold mine on Mount Gray near Abercrombie Caves.
Views: 5787 Adventure Gold
Gold - Crevicing on the Turon River, NSW, Australia Jan. 2012
 
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Slide show on crevicing for gold on the Turon River rock bars. Easy pickings after the 2010 flood. Music from audionautix.com
Views: 32870 Wal nLiz
Gold mining at Sofala Australia
 
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Peter Rappolt a musician with Viva the band develops and operates an alluvial Gold mine at Sofala Australia
Views: 2351 Peter Rappolt
Sofala & Hill End, Nsw
 
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Both Sofala and Hill End are quaint old gold towns from the 1800s. Situated in the Bathurst region, with Sofala on the Turon river and Hill End tucked way up in the mountains. Sofala is a village in New South Wales, Australia, 255 kilometres 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. Sofala & Hill end Nsw Hill End is a former gold mining town in New South Wales, Australia. The town is located in the Bathurst Regional Council local Government area.
Views: 155 John Ekert
How and Where to Find GEMSTONES in Australia
 
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Our Secret to finding Gemstones & Prospecting spots. Music: : "The World will break apart today" By: Dan-O at Danosongs.com 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 Liz Kreate Recipes - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViFhoAEfZDfOtHqrQqBllUuX PEDRO the Budgie - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKz21al88ViEmoVtph1ZjkyGfMchZFcgU
Views: 404118 Liz Kreate
Lets look back to an early time of a gold rush that shaped NSW - Hillend & Tambaroora
 
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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: 607 The Holiday Hunter
Landcruiser 40 Series | Hill End - Golden Gully - Bridle Track - Root Hoog - Mines | 2 - 2 [2019]
 
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We continue our 4wd trip with 7 40 series Land Cruisers have a look at the iconic old Gold Mining Town Hill End and also visit the Golden Gully where you can see how massive erosion has exposed many of the underground warrens and mines and you can walk through the arches. Next, we visit the Cornish Roasting pits established in 1855 which give a good insight in the early Australian mining history. We heading down part of the Bridle track, have a swim at the Turon river and exploring more old mine shafts. We also have a play on some of the wombat holes and execute a 4wd recover of one of the 40 Series Landcruisers. Last we cross the Root Hog Fire trail water crossing before we head to Bathurst.
Crevicing for gold, gold panning Hill End NSW, Australia.
 
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I love to go prospecting for gold and out into the bush. Here in New South Wales, Australia theres's plenty of great gold spots out in the there. I went to Hill End and went gold panning and crevicing for gold and found some nice gold. In this video i show you how i use my new crevicing tool that i bought while on my prospecting adventure. Like and Subscribe to kus TV for more videos and check out my other content. Gold crevicing, Panning for gold, Gold panning, Prospecting, Fossicking, Mining, Mining for gold, Gold Mining, Hunting for gold, Gold digging, Digging for gold, How to find gold, Where to find gold, Tailings, Mullock heap, Garrett super sluice, Garrett, Gold rush Australia, Australian gold, Finding gold, Nuggets, Pickers, Australia, Gold fever, hill end gold
Views: 3456 kusTVadventures
The Young Historian Club - The Gold Rush
 
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The Young Historian Club explores the Australian gold rushes, focussing on events in the Bathurst region in colonial New South Wales, 1851. This video was made to introduce Stage 3 History students to the Australian gold rushes.
Views: 620 Mr. Graham
Bathurst NSW Australia
 
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Bathurst is west of the Blue Mountains in NSW. It has lots of old historic buildings and a jail. Bathurst started out by the gold rush of1850's and turned into a tree lined city that it is today. It is also home of mt panorama bathurst 1000.Its also home to the big minner just east of the city
Views: 3039 4k Australia
"Hill End" NSW, "Prospecting for gold"
 
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Detector cam test
Views: 16038 narrawa1
Kus TV Hex Pan Review and Gold From Native Dog Creek N.S.W
 
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G'day again guys, Kus here from Kus TV with another gold prospecting adventure. I went back to Native Dog Creek just south of Bathurst to do sum gold prospecting. The weather was very hot so only did a bit of crevicing for gold for a couple of hours, then had to get back the the 4x4s to take shelter from the hot Aussie sun. I found a few bits of gold and did some scouting for sum new spots with sum nice looking ground. As a result of the heat and an old phone I wasn't able to get that much footage of the crevicing and the ground where we were looking for gold so I've added a review of the Hex gold pan at the end and it shows the gold I found. gold panning, gold prospecting australia, gold, prospecting, panning for gold, where to find gold nsw, how to find gold, panning, Where to find gold, Looking for gold, Gold nugget ,australian gold,gold nuggets, alluvial prospecting,alluvial gold,sluicing,gold in australia, sluicing for gold, crevicing for gold, how to prospect for gold, how to find alluvial gold, kus TV I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 1131 kusTVadventures
Bathurst | Australia | 8 mm
 
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Bathurst is a regional city in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia. It is approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) west of Sydney and is the seat of the Bathurst Regional Council. Bathurst is the oldest inland settlement in Australia and had an estimated population of 33,110 people on 2011 Census night.[1] Bathurst is often referred to as the Gold Country as it was the site of the first gold discovery and where the first gold rush occurred in Australia. Today, the legend of Peter Brock, education, tourism and manufacturing drive the economy. The internationally known racetrack Mount Panorama is a landmark of the city. Bathurst has an historic city centre with many buildings remaining from the gold rush period of the mid to late 1800s. The median age of the city's population is 34.0 years; which is particularly young for a regional centre (the state average is 36.4), and is related to the large education sector in the community. Population growth has reached 1.6% per annum over the five years until 2010, making Bathurst the seventh fastest growing regional city in NSW. This growth over recent years has resulted in increased urban development including retail precincts, sporting facilities, housing estates and expanding industrial areas. -wikipedia - www.skrean-pictures.nl
Views: 160 Sander Bruggink
Bathurst and Sofala
 
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Museum and Gold town, Sofala
Views: 10 Five Free Souls
Gold Trails - Discover NSW's Rich Gold Heritage Vein
 
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Travel the backroads and byways of the goldfields landscapes on roads that were once home to both goldseekers and bushrangers looking to turn a profit. Today the remnants of the historic goldfields sit alongside the towns and villages of central and south-west NSW. In an extraordinary period from 1851 onwards, people rushed to make their fortunes on a series of goldfields that were discovered in NSW. The new finds significantly impacted the early agricultural towns and villages. New settlements were established to service thousands of prospectors and miners who came and went. Many came from Australia and overseas to win the gold, many set up businesses to feed and supply the miners, while some chose to steal. Today, this golden heritage vein underpins the story of nearly every major town and village across central and south west NSW. Every goldfield has its own trail to follow -- every goldmining family their own story to tell. Follow the GOLD TRAILS and discover for yourself, the heritage riches underpinning the towns, villages and landscapes of NSW. Here the stories of those who won the gold and those who stole the gold, are brought to life by communities committed to conserving and sharing their heritage. Discover your own Gold Trails adventure - visit www.goldtrails.com.au
Views: 4143 Gold Trails
Found Gold in New Brunswick!!!
 
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Found Gold in New Brunswick!!!
Views: 11562 Charles LeBlanc
Stuart Town NSW no.1
 
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This is for Shivan.Its a bit of a look about in a gully in Stuart Town, NSW.
Gold prospecting trip NSW, Australian. Hill End and surroundings.
 
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Went on a trip with the misses out to Mudgee and Dubbo but along the way we did some camping in the gold regions of NSW, Hill End to Stuart Town. This is the first day at Hill End. Like and Subscribe for more videos and check out my other content. Cheers for being AWESOME!
Views: 219 kusTVadventures
Hillend Golden Gully Panning. DPFCC
 
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this weekend I went to hillend for the weekend with the Dubbo Prospecting fossicking and camping club. I went and had a few hours panning on Saturday and sunday and found some nice rough gold. Dubbo Prospecting fossicking and camping club come and join https://www.facebook.com/groups/DPFCClub/ Twitter https://twitter.com/ProspectingBen Patreon https://www.patreon.com/crowleysprospecting
Prospecting Near Daylesford: Not looking for gold.
 
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I had to go to Daylesford last Friday and since I was there I thought it would be a great time to continue exploring for new areas to find some gold. Thanks so much to all of you that have jumped on board. I''ve got a bunch of other things I do such as my other specialised channel "Chestnut_nag's Tools From Japan" which covers Japanese tool restoration, Woodworking with Japanese Tools and tool sales. "Chestnut_nag's Tools from Japan" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvUV... And everything Else on my original channel "Stuart Chignell"
Hill End Gold
 
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Gold prospecting near Hill End NSW.
Adventure Gold. Wisemans Creek area vesves gold panning Native Dog Creek
 
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In this video we venture back to Native Dog Creek to do some more panning for gold and gems. We have a look along some of the other creeks in the area, . In this video we leave from Bathurst heading towards Oberon area. We stop at Wisemans Creek to have a look at an old mining area just off the side of a dirt . I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor ( In this video we go in search of a new area to work. Upon finding the old workings on the other side of a fence along the creek I changed locations and returned .
Views: 157 Claire Gibson
Trunkey Creek.
 
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Views: 1581 Adventure Gold
Adventure Gold, Napoleon Reef & McKinnons Reef gold mine.
 
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I am not going to give an exact location of these two mines areas other than they are in the region of Napoleon Reef, between Bathurst and Yetholme. It was a fair walk to access these two mines but well worth the walk. I will return to the area and spend some more time examining the area and photographing things of mining interest.
Views: 7237 Adventure Gold
Exploring Ophir Gold Mine
 
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Just a quick video of one of the mines at Ophir camping ground. Bats! at the end :) Filmed at Orange NSW
Views: 247 Robert Grubb
Turon to Sofala to Hillend NSW Camping 4wding Trip
 
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Turon to sofala then to Hillend
Views: 4257 thatzooki
Nerriga to Sofala, NSW Jan 2019
 
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This video is about Nerriga to Sofala, NSW Jan 2019. Nerriga to Binda, the Loaded Dog Hotel (after the Henry Lawson story), Abercrombie National Park, Oberon, Jenolan Caves, Carlotta's Arch, Grand Arch, Kanangra Walls & Sofala.
They took my plates! Gold prospecting western australia
 
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Blew a tyre, car bettery died, ground balance handle snapped..it was all going wrong but everything was right
Views: 613 Rohan McCracken
Solala Camp 2014
 
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A compilation of photos of our group camp at Sofala NSW in January 2014.
Views: 1065 Brian Walters