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Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  stewby on Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:55 pm

Hello everyone We are a group of Children's nurses planning to go prospecting soon (May)

Any tips for locations would be great help.

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Re: Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  slimpickens on Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:28 am

More info please Stewby Smile

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Re: Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  Axtyr on Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:22 pm

Stewby.

For us to give you the help you need, the information Slim is requesting will be your location. W.A. is a large state so will need more info as requested to get you to the closest location.

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Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  stewby on Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:43 pm

Sorry Guys

We have tried once at Paynes find with no success.

We are based in Perth Northern Suburbs but will try anywhere.

We have two off road vehicles, well tested and an amazing medical kit ...ha ha

We are looking at late May 2018


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Re: Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  au-fever on Wed May 02, 2018 7:19 am

Hi Stewby

Maybe spend some time around the Cue area, there's a good van park if you want some refreshing up or a feed in the pub as we do on occasion, there are plenty of areas that are relatively close to town like Webb's Patch that is possibly still pending ground and easy access, so you either stay out of town or stay in the park and do some day trips, you may also find that some of the regulars at the park will point you in the right direction as well, they used to sell some mud maps around town showing accessible places to detect, not sure if they still do them but as about town someone will know.

I have never failed to find gold around Cue and its always been one of my favourite towns to visit, and you also have Mount Magnet that is between Payne's Find and Cue, there are many spots around there as well, you will have to make local enquiries or go into the mines office there to get information on legally accessible ground in the area, there's also a caravan park and other amenities available there as well.

Anyway good luck and happy hunting.

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Re: Help for Nurses prospecting

Post  bushranger on Wed May 02, 2018 3:30 pm

MT Magnet, Cue, Meekatharra, Sandstone. Call into the local St John Amb Sub Centre they will be happy to see you and I would be
surprised if some of them couldn't help you.
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