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LuLu2.0
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Joined: 01 February 2021
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17 February 2021 06:56 pm

Hey guys. I found a spot I’d like to go panning tomorrow, checked the forestry map and MinView. But it appears the river is crown land.
Is that right?

But all the waterways seem to be in my area.
What’s the go with crown land? I assume a big big no no like national parks

It’s all new to me and I find I’m spending ages trying to find access to places I’m allowed to be which has put me off going.

I had planned to park and jump down from the bridge and walk up river a bit further into the state forest side. But now having second thoughts obviously.

Am I reading the map right? It is crown land yes?

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Thanks a bullion!

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StoneTheCrows
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From: Central Coast, NSW
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17 February 2021 09:03 pm

Minview green is usually State Forest
Send the coords and I can doublecheck for you

Red is usually Crown Land

Last edited by StoneTheCrows (17 February 2021 09:04 pm)

#3

LuLu2.0
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17 February 2021 10:29 pm

StoneTheCrows wrote:

Minview green is usually State Forest
Send the coords and I can doublecheck for you

Red is usually Crown Land

probably should have clarified better, because i was going off the forestry maps i knew it was state forest, but the river comes up as crown on MinView, ill send them to you anyway.


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StoneTheCrows
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From: Central Coast, NSW
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17 February 2021 11:13 pm

Replied but to make it simple you can pan in the light green shaded area of your map including the river both sides up to the high water mark

Just make sure you don't access the area by private property without permission
The light green area is State Forest and it is surrounded by Nation park and private property


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