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#1

Detrack
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02 February 2015 07:50 pm

Hi All

Was going though old files in Photobucket and come across these maps I did some time back

RosyGullyFirebook.jpg

RosyGullyFiremap.jpg

RosyGullyGoogle.jpg

RosyGullyTopo.jpg

oneeye.jpg

CravensReefgoogle.jpg

CravensReef.jpg

1.jpg

2.jpg

3.jpg

4google.jpg

3D2.jpg

3D3.jpg

3D.jpg

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Last edited by Detrack (02 February 2015 07:52 pm)

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#2

PabloP
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02 February 2015 08:00 pm

A lot of time and effort has gone into this mapping. Has it helped you to find a good spot, if so just don't tell us where.

Rob


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#3

Detrack
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02 February 2015 08:08 pm

Rob

It all helps to find just the spot, so yes it has and with any of the others places that I sent countless hour doing just part of the research you do

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Goldtarget
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02 February 2015 08:27 pm

Mate I wish I was that proficient. Probably go a long way to limiting the amount of time I spend in extreme weather panning up samples. Great share.

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casper
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02 February 2015 08:42 pm

I recognise the cartography style in those maps - yep they're old tongue but the info is still relevant.

Thanks for your genorosity in sharing them wink

casper


" Luck happens when Preparation meets Opportunity "

#6

Bishop
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02 February 2015 09:23 pm

Thanks for sharing detrack. I dont have a GPS so I've been using the planning maps (http: //services.land.vic.gov.au/maps/pmo.jsp) in conjunction with the geovic maps to try and find possible spots. The planning maps have all the tracks in State Forests, etc The geovic maps would be a million times better if they had the tracks too.

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Redfin
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02 February 2015 10:16 pm

Gotta love Memory maps, great value for $.
I'd be lost without it.


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scottlucky
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20 July 2015 04:29 pm

Interesting maps. I have been scratching around the area in some sites outside the forests. Not much luck yet but still hopeful. Does anyone else have any feedback re this strategy?


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#9

scottlucky
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23 July 2015 03:20 pm

Hi Detrack

I got the right post this time.

I saw the small inset map for the general area on the 7th map above. Could you point me in the right direction to get a larger one?

Thanks good digging


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#10

Puma
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25 August 2017 10:17 am

Hi Detrack any chance of reposting your maps of heathcote again.

#11

Chloe0305
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25 February 2018 11:28 pm

How come i just see some photo bucket advertisment

#12

Cabcaz
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26 February 2018 09:12 am

Chloe0305 wrote:

How come i just see some photo bucket advertisment

My guess is the photobucket account is no longer active

#13

Detrack
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04 March 2018 02:39 pm

I Will see what I can do to get them back up here for all.

Cheers

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Eski
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15 April 2018 02:40 pm

That would be awesome , thanks Detrack

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Detrack
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16 April 2018 09:45 pm

Here are the images that were posted up on the first post.
1523874708_cravensreef.jpg

1523874871_rosygullyfirebook.jpg

1523874918_3d2.jpg

1523874956_3d.jpg

1523875047_rosygullygoogle.jpg

1523875085_oneeye.jpg

1523875171_rosygullytopo.jpg

1523875216_rosygullyfiremap.jpg

1523875245_rosygullyfiremapgda94.jpg

1523875296_1.jpg

1523875327_cravensreef.jpg

1523875368_2.jpg

1523875393_2.jpg

1523875430_cravensreefgoogle.jpg

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Eski
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21 April 2018 09:24 pm

cheers m8

#17

A-team
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21 November 2020 06:47 pm

Headed out to Heathcote today with the wife - spent 1/2 day in the north and 1/2 day south. Good to see it's been well re-stocked with .22 shells and lead slugs. Saw a few others out detecting. Plenty of signs of impromptu camping areas and so many new tracks next to tracks next to diggings....next to tracks. It's a very picturesque forest and plenty of wildlife to distract you while collecting the .22s. Plenty of fresh scrapings around, very dry, will be going back at some stage but unfortunately, no colour today sad


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