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  1. #1
    au
    Scott

    Dec 2015
    Western Australia
    Minelab X-Terra 505
    7
    1 times
    Metal Detecting

    Where are all my fellow Aussies?

    Just wondering why the Aussie section of the site is so quiet?
    Are there not many Aussies on here or are you all hoarding in secrecy?

    Speak up!

    You don't have to give away your location or where you have been hunting, but show us what you have been digging out of the dirt down under.

    Pull up a stump, crack a tinnie and have a yarn.

  2. #2
    au
    Aug 2013
    Melboourne , Victoria
    Garrett AT/gold and a bounty tracker 5
    3
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Im yeah here mate but only just remembered my password from 2013 had to start all over again
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  3. #3
    au
    Mr

    Jan 2016
    Canberra
    Nugget Snoop Pro, Garret Euroace
    36
    24 times
    Metal Detecting
    I'm a lurker, 5 years now...only just joined officially yesterday. I used to have another account but decided to go legit I'm in Canberra, tan-bark and decimal coins are my mainstay. Only manage to get in 1-2 hours a week of MD if I'm lucky, toddler, work and new house keeps me busy the rest of the time :/

    In my 1.45 hours of detecting in 2016 so far I've found $17.69 in decimal currency and one 1957 penny.

    Bought a Garrett Euroace second hand, now looking at buying a TRX for pinpointing coins and to try popping. I dig a mighty neat plug with my 1940s garden spade, but by the time I've finished wombating it I may as well have used a fork. For many years I just did playgrounds with tanbark as they were easy digging and easy pickings...so no need for a pinpointer. But lately have found some easier to dig parks and a pinpointer is now a must-have.

    I started out with a Nugget Snoop Pro - a great machine that I'll sadly be parting with to fund the TRX. Or maybe I'll keep it as my beach machine, not sure yet. Actually I started out at about 9 years old with my mum's early Minelab machine hitting WWII sites and beaches in North Queensland. But I was too young to appreciate the time and locations I had available...ah to turn back time.

    That's my story to date, who's next?
    Beach925 likes this.

  4. #4
    au
    Nov 2006
    Western Australia
    XP Deus
    222
    17 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I live in WA upgrading my ace 250 to either a e trac or a xp deus but the deus is winning the race so far i think

  5. #5
    au
    Mr

    Jan 2016
    Canberra
    Nugget Snoop Pro, Garret Euroace
    36
    24 times
    Metal Detecting
    Hey, if you have a 4.5" sniper coil I'll buy it

  6. #6
    au
    Nov 2006
    Western Australia
    XP Deus
    222
    17 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Nah mate don't have one
    'Everything you've ever wanted is on the other side of fear.' - George Addair

  7. #7
    au
    Mr

    Jan 2016
    Canberra
    Nugget Snoop Pro, Garret Euroace
    36
    24 times
    Metal Detecting
    All good, hope you enjoy the new machine - moving up for any specific reason?

  8. #8
    au
    Nov 2006
    Western Australia
    XP Deus
    222
    17 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Better machines = more finds
    'Everything you've ever wanted is on the other side of fear.' - George Addair

  9. #9
    au
    Aug 2013
    Melboourne , Victoria
    Garrett AT/gold and a bounty tracker 5
    3
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Where are all my fellow Aussies?

    Im back ill be posting thousands of finds on here from the past 2 yrs all found on old victorian military camps and 1800s homesteads there are more aussie metal detectorests on instagram and facebook forums my instagram account is ... andycypz33 check it out if ya have instagram i use a MINELAB CTX3030 and also have a GARRETT AT/PRO and a garrett pro pointer and a garrett a/t pro pinpointer just about every digging tool ya can get for any terrain iv been metal detecting 4 days a week for 2yrs i dont do parks or beaches only historical spots with permission if need be everything goes on display in glass cabinets not everything gets cleaned only some to identify it best hobbie that has so much learning if ya get full on into it how to research read maps learn history learn how to research a find im 35 and run my own business aswell my main passion is military history but i also do local history save the history before its lost to development i also have 3 kids all girls they get into it aswell i also do alot of bottle hunting and digging i a fair collection mostly military somesteads ill add more to this later
    Last edited by AussieAndy; Jun 23, 2016 at 07:24 PM.

  10. #10
    au
    Aug 2013
    Melboourne , Victoria
    Garrett AT/gold and a bounty tracker 5
    3
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1328924 found this 12 may 1937 coronation medal at an old 1800s homestead chasin history and finding untouched spots

  11. #11
    au
    Marty

    Sep 2013
    Sydney
    CTX 3030 GPX 4500 Garrett Infinium LS 45 inch Coil sled mono
    524
    701 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hey guys. Not sure where everyone is. Been wondering that myself. I think since facebook has taken over alot of people have moved to posting on there.
    But i prefer tnet. Alot more interraction with workd wide users.
    I have been active a few years but have seen the aussie section twindle along.
    I have been into treasure hunting and metal detecting for the past 10 years. I also prospect and fossick. Living in Sydney i dont get alot of time to get out and about and now spend most of my time researching treasure leads here and abroad

  12. #12

    Dec 2013
    1
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Just joined
    I live in Frankston

  13. #13
    au
    Marty

    Sep 2013
    Sydney
    CTX 3030 GPX 4500 Garrett Infinium LS 45 inch Coil sled mono
    524
    701 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Victoria? I bought my first car from Saftey Beach

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