The Goldmine Finder Software and Data for over 34000 mines in West Australia is now available on CD with all the prerequisite programmes to enable you to download it and use it on your PC or Laptop.
Goldmine Finder - Software to Help You Easily Find over 34000 Mines in WA
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In the past although you could find old gold mine names and mud maps showing you the way to the gold you did not have precise GPS localities.
Over the last century those old map marks and tracks no longer exist - you need precise GPS points of the old gold mine to find it again.
The Goldmine Finder database enables you to find the GPS points of old gold mine and then export them to OziExplorer and Google Earth Maps so you can find your way to the old mine.
This software has now been released as a CD that has the Goldmine Finder software, data and all of the prerequisite programmes to enable it to be uploaded to your PC (and your Laptop if you want to), easily.
Formerly the software was available as a download from the site but it has been removed for a complete rewrite to overcome some issues people had in downloading the programme for use on their own PC.
NOTE - The software was not written for a MAC/APPLE/LINUX Computer, Sorry.
What Can you DO with Goldmine Finder
You are only limited by your imagination what you do with it.
Here is a copy of the Instructions Manual;
Here is the Link How to Find Old Gold Mines Using the Software
PLEASE NOTE - The reference ebook will take a few minutes to load because it includes a lot of Graphics - Please be patient.
You will need a PDF reader to read the Ebook, if you cannot open it the downloaded PDF file then you can download Adobe Reader by left clicking on the icon below.
Here is a list of the table of Contents.
Have a look at the table of contents of the Ebook that Explains the Software:
Chapter 1 - Introduction to the software.
Chapter 2 - How to Access the Standalone CD Version of Goldmine Finder and Use it on your Computer.
Chapter 3 - Goldmine Finder Explained in Pictures.
Chapter 4 - Datafields and Explanations.
Chapter 5 - How to Search for Old Gold Mines.
Chapter 6 - How to Export GPS points to Oziexplorer.
Chapter 7 - How to Export GPS points to (Free) Google Earth.
Chapter 8 - The Easy Way to Apply for A Section 20a Permit.
Chapter 9 - FAQ.
There is even an easy free bonus chapter on the Easy Way To Apply for A Section 20a permit
Here is a video of how to use the software and data to do research to find gold bearing areas.
Disclaimer - This example is just a means how to use your ability to research and shows you one method of how to find some prospective Geological targets based on information that you find from other sources.
It is not giving you the right to prospect in this area or suggesting you should go to the area discussed - you need to refer to Tengraph and find out the current ownership of the mining tenements before you access any land.
Here is another example of a quick search done for Old Gold Mines in Toodyay
On an excellent forum run in WA for Prospectors there was a question raised about gold found in Toodyay near Perth;
Here is a picture of the Filter Screen and resultant search return - the whole process only takes a few seconds to select your filter items and retrieve the data.
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