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Post  swaggy on 8th January 2012, 3:31 pm

Has anyone got some info on the Tallangalook area out the back of Bonnie Doon as this is the closest to my area so looks good to swing in any advice for a novice would be welcomed.

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Post  TopsGold on 9th January 2012, 4:18 pm

Hey Swaggy,



close to me too, i was looking at maps last night, i will have a closer look and let you know my thoughts!



cheers



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Post  Detrackozi on 9th January 2012, 4:51 pm

Hi lads

Here is a Zip file you can download it has location that you can open up in Google earth to see and just double click on the Icon to get the details.

Tallangalook Area.zip
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Post  Detrackozi on 9th January 2012, 5:05 pm

Topsgold & swaggy

Mybe you would to loam or sluice some of the creeks near by, if so here are AU -sample from around the area as Kml file.

Same deal download then load into GE and d/click on icon for details.

Tallangalook Area Au- Geo Samples-ppb.zip
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Tallangalook goldfield Empty Maindample, Merton, Dry Creek,Growlers Gully, Hells Hole, and the Howqua.

Post  onebob on 9th January 2012, 9:56 pm

These are the forgotten goldfields of Victoria - Maindample, Merton, Dry Creek,Growlers Gully, Hells Hole, and the Howqua. The rivers, creeks and gullies in these locations were extensively sluiced and dredged until government regulations before the turn of the last century concerning water quality put a stop to this form of mining. I reckon a hundred years of natural runoff would've seen some more of the yella stuff find it's way back into the watercourses, however these fields where not known for nuggetty gold so better you take your pan.

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