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Post  jayvee on Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:22 am

Could i please ask re ,NSW. has a system on line as easy to use as WA tengraph?thanks JOHN.
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Post  Tributer on Mon Mar 21, 2011 8:50 pm

Hi Jayvee, in NSW the DPI Minview site is where you look up titles. (scroll down on main page link below)

In minview you zoom in then query the area you want. You can search for current and historical titles and different types. The info for an area you select will open in a box from the DPI "DIGS" database. You can then go to EL reports.

It is great for looking up info on historical EL's and doing research.

Re detecting, your fossicking rights override EL's as long as you have landowners permission. If you want to take out an EL unfortunately metal detecting is now no longer considered a form of exploration in NSW. You will have to fund some soil/rock chip sampling instead.

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/minerals

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Post  jayvee on Tue Mar 22, 2011 4:05 pm



Thank you tributer,all good info,i have now registered with minview and now have to hands on a lot so as i can use it to its pontential,thanks john.





Tributer wrote:Hi Jayvee, in NSW the DPI Minview site is where you look up titles. (scroll down on main page link below)

In minview you zoom in then query the area you want. You can search for current and historical titles and different types. The info for an area you select will open in a box from the DPI "DIGS" database. You can then go to EL reports.

It is great for looking up info on historical EL's and doing research.

Re detecting, your fossicking rights override EL's as long as you have landowners permission. If you want to take out an EL unfortunately metal detecting is now no longer considered a form of exploration in NSW. You will have to fund some soil/rock chip sampling instead.

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/minerals

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