Gold Locations 
How To Find Old Gold Mine Localities Through Tengraph Web

How to Extract Gold Mines Data Video Chapters

Here is the time line of subjects in the How to Find Gold Locations in Tengraph Web Video.

         Start Chapter Title

  1. 0.24 Tengraph Web Page.
  2. 0:57 Mines Layer.
  3. 1:21 Select an area.
  4. 1:59 Select all Mines.
  5. 2:21 Extract Data File.
  6. 2:56 Unzip (Extract) files.
  7. 3:12 Add to GeoMap Project.

Gold Mines and how you pinpoint them are discussed in the pages relating to How to Find gold locations - gold fields of WA and Old Gold Mines in WA.

It is helpful for you to have access to Tengraph Web and GeoVIEW WA which are very powerful software tools provided by the Department of Mines in WA.

Tengraph Web - Read This If You Don't Have Access

We have taken the liberty on this page to assume that you have access to Tengraph Web!

Access to the Tengraph Web system is essential for a number of reasons and one of those is that you can find out where gold fields, old gold mines and Historical Gold Sites in WA are.

If you want to know how to access and use this incredibly powerful and essential system link to the page about Tengraph Web and its uses .

How to Use Tengraph To Find Gold Locations Such as Old Gold Mines and Gold Fields in WA?

The video above is a  lesson from our training in Tengraph Web Online Training which is available through our training Website Tengraph WEB Training – Geomap Training WA (

This lesson explains how you can use Tengraph Web to view gold locations and old gold mines and then download the information to  use in GeoMap. Note that is is one of many lessons in the online training and is provided here so you can use it to find out where gold mines are located.

GeoMap is free OFFLINE software that you can use in the field with a GPS connected to know exactly where you are on the ground in relation to Tenements, Gold locations and Geology.

Gold fields and Gold locations, is very Interesting and valuable information  that can lead you directly to places where you might find more gold. 

WHY; Because where gold has been found before provides you information about the locality and geology in the area - you can trace this geology to other locations in the area that are not pegged mining leases  and hopefully, locate more gold.

The type of gold discoveries also give you a clue as to the potential to discover more gold nuggets with a metal detector, for example, the gold reported on might  be;

- Alluvial Gold Deposits.

- Scraping and Detecting Areas.

- Historical Goldmines.

- Open Pits.

- Shallow Workings.

Gold Mines on Tengraph Web

Here is a view of Tengraph Web with the;

  • Legend for Mines ticked on (Yellow Highlight Area).
  • List of Mines Viewed an an Area and
  • The mines on the Tengraph Web Map Page.

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