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Gold Prospecting e-News, Issue #063 - Where are you ALLOWED to Search For Gold in WA
May 14, 2018
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Where to Find or Target Gold in Western Australia

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Your Questions About Gold Prospecting In WA

Some Background About Us and A Review of Video 1.

Where are you ALLOWED To Search for Gold in WA

Copyright and Disclaimer Relating to DMIRS Material


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Gidday All,

Your Questions About Gold Prospecting in WA.

In the first email we explained that the most consistent questions you ask Udo and I is;

  • 1. Where can I find gold in WA? We have sent you a newsletter and links to that already.
  • 2. Where am I allowed to go metal detecting for Gold in WA?
  • 3. How do I know whether I am on ground that I am allowed to be metal detecting when I am out there prospecting?


The first Question was answered in Video 1:

Where to find gold in WA.

You must TARGET good gold locations! Only ½ of 1% of the WA land mass has the potential for you to find gold. How do you target gold locations!

If you missed that video l it is on this page which also includes the Second Video

Where can I find Gold in WA -Click on this link to open the page in a new Window.


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Our Background

Since 2012 we have been providing information about gold prospecting and metal detecting in WA and teaching people where to find gold and how to do that legally in WA.

We have taught 700 people at 62 Seminars in Cue how to find gold nuggets and more importantly, how to do it Legally.

Our seminars book out within hours of putting them on our website – this is not to brag but just point out that people get great value from our training.

Our feedback shows that ALL the people we have trained feel they know the Laws of Prospecting in WA and can comfortable go out without fear of being caught on land they are not allowed to go.

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Video 2 - Where are You ALLOWED to go Gold Prospecting in WA.

This is about the SECOND Question we posed and this video takes you deeper into this area.

“How to make sure you go prospecting Legally in WA - so you never have to worry about getting arrested or looking over your shoulder when you are out the bush prospecting – knowing this gives you real peace of mind.”

So what about the second question – Where am I allowed to go prospecting in Western Australia and what are the rules for metal detecting and gold Prospecting?

So this video will dive deep into:

  • What are the Rules and Laws for prospecting In West Australia?
  • What land can you access to go metal detecting in WA?.
  • How can you get access to 46% of prime gold nugget country in WA?.
  • How to understand the rules and avoid “no-go” areas using Tengraph Web (a free Online Program).
  • How to understand the rules and avoid “no-go” areas using GeoMap (a Free OFFLINE program). .
  • How to understand where you can go prospecting and know EXACTLY where you are on the ground when you are in the bush.

Don't risk massive fines for illegal prospecting!


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In the meantime here is a link to video 1 and 2:

Where can I find Gold in WA - Where am I Allowed to Search for Gold in West Australia.

Click on this link to open the page and scroll down to either Video 1 or Video 2 play the video in a new Window.

Where am I ALLOWED to go Gold Prospecting in WA -Click on this link to open the page in a new Window.

That page will also provide a link to a 'Early Bird GeoMap Training List" if you are interested in online training in Tengraph Web and GeoMap.


Video 3 - How to Use GeoMap to Know EXACTLY where you are on the ground when you are prospecting for gold.

The next video will show you the answer to Question 3 - how to use GeoMap which is a free OFFLINE software for Windows PCs that can tell you the following:

  • GeoMap is a free program you can use in the bush.
  • Link GeoMap to a GPS and you will know exactly where you are and where you should be on the ground at all times.
  • You will know exactly where the good gold geology is and where gold has been found before!


Enter your Email here if you are Interested in Online GeoMap and Tengraph WEB Training

Here is a link to a email form if you have not signed up for the GEoMap training list yet.

Link to Email Signup for information on online GeoMap Training

NOTE. If you filled in this form from the last newsletter you do not need to do it again - you are now on that mailing list and will receive a newsletter with the link to this training separately.

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See you in the Field and if we don't -

...may you find plenty of gold nuggets in 2018

Regards

Udo and Bill

Nobody gets ALL the gold. There’s still plenty left for you.

Disclaimer and Copyright Relating to DMIRS Material

DISCLAIMER

This report/website/video has been written to provide information about using Tengraph WEB, GeoMap and linking it with other information in a way that you can obtain useful data to help you when you are prospecting for gold.

It is provided to you with the understanding that the author and publisher are not engaged in rendering Geological services or are in any way involved in the TENGRAPH WEB or GeoMap system which is run by the State Government of Western Australia. Here is the link to their URLDept of Mines Industry Resources and Safety - (DMIRS).

The report has been written to provide information about using the Department of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) software GeoMap WA and Tengraph WEB. It has been compiled using DMIRS Material from the GeoMap Software and Data Downloads from the Data and Software Centre DMIRS.

We gratefully acknowledge the Copyright of this material is © State of Western Australia (Department of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) 2018 Information in the training has been created based on Department of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) material.

If Geological advice or other expert assistance on the Tengraph WEB or GeoMap system is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.

Every effort has been made to make this report as complete and accurate as possible. However, there may be mistakes in typography or content.

Also, this report contains screenshots of information based on Tengraph WEB only up to the publishing date. Therefore, this report should be used as a guide – not as the ultimate source of Geological mapping or Tengraph Online or GeoMap system information.

The purpose of this report is to educate. The author and publisher does not warrant that the information contained in this report is fully complete and shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions. The author and publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this report.

If you do not wish to be bound by the above, please return this report/website/video and do not act on any of the information contained within it

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