northwest Gold prospecting lease for novice fossickers pegged by Yalgoo Shire in WA
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« on: Thursday August 1 2019 11:08:23 AEST AM »

Gold prospecting lease for novice fossickers pegged by Yalgoo Shire in bid to attract tourist bonanza

A Western Australian outback shire is hoping to attract tourists chasing a gold find by pegging land near the town where visitors can search for the precious metal. A $10 fee for a map gives directions to the proposed tenement, about 10 kilometres south of Yalgoo, a small town about 540 kilometres north-east of Perth, considered as "semi-remote".

  
link-https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-01/gold-prospecting-lease-for-novice-fossickers-pegged-by-council/11370030
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« Reply #1 on: Thursday August 1 2019 23:12:06 AEST PM »

This is a really good idea, especially suited to the people who just want to get their detector out for a swing whilst on their travels around this great country.

In WA it is imperative to know exactly where you are in relation to the tenement(s) you have been authorised to legally access. I know of two prospectors in WA who had incorrectly setup their handheld GPS and then during their time there found that they were 300m out of position in relation to their tenement boundaries, meaning that if they had been physically close to the boundary according to the GPS, they in fact would have actually been illegally on the adjoining tenement. Illegally being on a tenement in WA is a serious thing and the gold police can confiscate your equipment (e.g. detectors, and things).

So for those less into it, a council arranged tenement and map is a good thing.

Cheers Goldman
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