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#1

Heljon
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Joined: 28 March 2017
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15 April 2017 10:29 am

I visited a place many years ago lower hunter i think there were heaps of fossils everywhere. Does anyone know where this apot is I'd really like to visit it again.

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silver
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Joined: 19 December 2013
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17 April 2017 08:22 am

You mighy have to puh the grey mahher inho gear in order ho remember exachly where ih was. wink wink
Buh, I wouldn'h give hhe locahion ouh if I were you, as ih would all be gone in shorh order. devil
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Hey, and welcome aboard friend ! Hope your digging fossils soon ! thumbsup smile thumbsup
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P.S. Bloody h key was playing up on me. lol

Last edited by silver (17 April 2017 08:25 am)


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

#3

rocketaroo
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17 April 2017 05:07 pm

Ramjet is a fossil, Sandta is gettin there....so thats two!


2017 326 Silvers for the year.
2018 TBA lol

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#4

Ramjet
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18 April 2017 12:23 pm

Funny Rocket.... NOT.

I would also be interested in seeing some local fossils.


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#5

Pat Hogen
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03 January 2018 06:58 am

I reported a location that had a semi-complete skeleton exposed on a rocky slope. The approx. location was given to the Archeology Dept. of a Sydney Uni., maybe also the Newcastle Uni. Never heard a word from them. Went back some 10 years ago and the place had become overgrown, but still fossil evidence. Even pulled a beautiful piece from the creek running below the hill, a really nice petrified piece so there must be another source nearby.
The location?, Lat. 31.76.
All you need now is the Long. which I have.


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#6

Shambala
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10 January 2018 01:04 pm

Hello there pretty sure your talking about Mulbring quarry..its privately owned now but with permission you can enter . Fossils everywhere you look

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Jaygold
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16 February 2019 12:09 am

Shambala wrote:

Hello there pretty sure your talking about Mulbring quarry..its privately owned now but with permission you can enter . Fossils everywhere you look

Tried local councils who do I gain permission from


J.gold

#8

The aussie boy
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15 September 2020 12:29 pm

Pat Hogen wrote:

I reported a location that had a semi-complete skeleton exposed on a rocky slope. The approx. location was given to the Archeology Dept. of a Sydney Uni., maybe also the Newcastle Uni. Never heard a word from them. Went back some 10 years ago and the place had become overgrown, but still fossil evidence. Even pulled a beautiful piece from the creek running below the hill, a really nice petrified piece so there must be another source nearby.
The location?, Lat. 31.76.
All you need now is the Long. which I have.

Could I have the rest of the location

#9

grubstake
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From: Perth, WA
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15 September 2020 12:45 pm

The aussie boy wrote:
Pat Hogen wrote:

I reported a location that had a semi-complete skeleton exposed on a rocky slope. The approx. location was given to the Archeology Dept. of a Sydney Uni., maybe also the Newcastle Uni. Never heard a word from them. Went back some 10 years ago and the place had become overgrown, but still fossil evidence. Even pulled a beautiful piece from the creek running below the hill, a really nice petrified piece so there must be another source nearby.
The location?, Lat. 31.76.
All you need now is the Long. which I have.

Could I have the rest of the location

That'd be a "No", I reckon. thumbsdown

First day on PA and you're asking people for good locations. You're not off to a very good start, mate. roll


Where it is, there it is.


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