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Post  Imadogman on Fri Dec 30, 2011 9:43 pm

Is there some kind of online resource to help identify patches of crown land in amongst the other leases?

At the moment I google -- which does not help -- although it does show state forest areas which is good. I also try to extract information from others including landowners, but I would prefer to have an independent source for this information. The only other way I can think of of identifing it is to go to local council offices and look at their maps and maybe photograph them. However my work prevents me getting there during the week and of course they are not open on weekends. And some places are far away and only accessible to me on weekends.

Any thoughts? And New Year cheers to you all. May all your 2012 nuggets be big ones.
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Post  detecta2 on Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:13 pm

If your planning your trip in advance like most of us would it pays to invest $12 in a good topo map, it surprising just how much info you can get from the study of one.

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Post  Guest on Sat Dec 31, 2011 8:24 am

https://six.nsw.gov.au/

This may help, you can check land parcels etc but it doesnt outright tell you what is crown land without title searching and checking old parish maps. There is a cost involved after registering also.
The whole crown land thing in NSW is hard to determine and each area in question needs to be investigated from the old records.

Cheers, FF.


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Post  Jigalong on Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:58 am

It would also be great to be able to find out which tracks are public right-of-ways, wouldn't it. Often I am not sure of myself and turn back rather than take the chance.
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Post  Guest on Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:46 am

Gday Imadogman,
Most topo maps will show you lot numbers and fence lines. Generally if a parcel of land isnt fenced (and you havent passed over any stock grids) there is a good chance its crown land. State forrests and National parks are the exception.
Good luck mate.

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Post  Guest on Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:10 am

Old post I know & you may already know but I find these useful (IMHO the first link is the better one to use) but you still need to find out if the crown lands are under management, leased etc. & that is proving difficult information to get; both from NSW titles & local council.

http://nswtitles.minerals.nsw.gov.au/nswtitles/

To see crown land tick the "Administrative Boundaries" box & then open the list by clicking the small + next to it & then tick both the box for "lot" & "crown land". The crown land will show up as a yellow colour. Can also view fossicking districts/areas (although some may now be "former") by same process but under "Titles Administration". Lots of other info also - have a play around with it.

http://minview.minerals.nsw.gov.au/mv2web/mv2

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Post  Toysandthings on Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:29 am

Unfortunately in the not too recent past, a lot of good state forest areas got morphed into state conservation areas.

Now the greenies fenced them, gated them, locked them, put up no tresspassing signs and private propety signs..
lol...but these areas are not private property, u cannot be done for tresspassing on them.
and generally the locks arent actually locks and the gates can be opened.

And in the legislation, to stop activities on the SCA's they have to put up signs saying u cant do specific things.

Sooooo seems feel free.

On a side note, I have never encountered or heard any other person within coohey when I have been in a SCA prospecting.

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Post  Imadogman on Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:59 pm


Thanks Mbasko and others for these useful posts. I'm sure they will be good for all. NAPFA has the SCA's in our sights.
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