Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by J. L. Willis.|
|Series||Bulletin - Geological Survey of New South Wales ; no. 24, Bulletin (Geological Survey of New South Wales) ;, 24.|
|LC Classifications||TN428.N5 W53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||75322171|
, English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Mining history of gold deposits of the far south coast, New South Wales / by J. L. Willis. Willis, J. L. Get this edition. Mining history in the Batemans Bay region There is a large amount written on the mining of gold and the ore deposits of other metals around the Batemans Bay region. Some other sources of information In the 19th century, prospecting and mining activities in the Colony of New South Wales were regulated by Government – by the then Department. Remnants of a gold rush hidden in the New South Wales mid-north coast hinterland could have the potential to be a major tourist attraction, according to a gold mine enthusiast. Unearthing the history of Chinese gold miners on the beaches of northern New South Wales requires about the same patience needed to find specks of the precious metal in the sand.
Details on these nuggets can be found towards the back of this book, entitled "List of Gold Nuggets found in New South Wales". Crossroads – This area can be found 9 miles NE of Mudgee. The original shallow workings on Havilah Estate were worked out, and subsequent sinking took place from 1 . Golden dreams: Colin Adams pans for gold with his daughters, Lily, 6, and Brianna, 9. Credit: Phill Murray It has resulted in the Gold Atlas of New South Wales – . New South Wales may very well have been the first state in Australia where authentic gold nuggets were first reported and discovered, although mining did not start in earnest for several more decades. James McBrien, an Assistant-Surveyor from the NSW Lands Department, while engaged in the survey of a road along the Fish River, found [ ]. If you're keen to try your luck at unearthing gems, minerals or fossils, join a fossicking club in your area. The Gem & Lapidary Council NSW has a list of clubs in NSW, many of which organise fossicking adventures.. NSW Guide to Fossicking. The NSW Resources Regulator has released a revised guide to fossicking in NSW, which serves to provide clarity about relevant legislation, with a focus on.
Mining history of gold deposits of the far south coast, New South Wales / by J. L. Willis; Gold mining around Walcha / by J.P. Belshaw [and] L. Jackson; The glimmer of gold: a history of Tuena gold mining / by Thora L. Hogan; Gold dust and ashes: the romantic story of the New Guinea goldfields / by Ion L. Idriess; Gold fever. [Vol. 1. If the old gold workings which surround the NSW South Coast township of Nelligen lack magnitude, the aura of their forest-embraced seclusion is full recompense. Because there are so many unrecorded diggings hidden among the densely forested gullies, so much evidence of unrewarded toil and forgotten dreams, and so much still to be re-discovered. 29 July pm. i hope to ride up to hill end / turon for a bit of a poke around in a few weeks if the weather loves me, that will be my second outing - reckon I will have another to go before I get a glimmer of gold, besides which my detector (Bounty Hunter 4) is more for relics & coins, but what the heck - i have a nice collection of odds & sods coming together. The New South Wales (NSW) mining industry makes a significant contribution to the state’s economy, bringing infrastructure and investment to many regional areas, providing new jobs and strengthening regional development.