If you are hosting a detecting event of your own, promote it here by submitting it via our Submit an Event page.
The perfect way to kick off your prospecting hobby is to attend our Minelab GPX Series Basic Training course. A short 3 hour session covering the basic's on how to operate your Minelab GPX Series Metal detector. Designed for the "New Chum" it covers the basic functions of the machine as well as detecting technique, Target Recovery and many tips and hints to help you get the most out of your equipment. Our trainers are all experienced prospectors and will guide you through the basics to help you start discovering you own gold nuggets
Miners Den Australia is now running a GPZ 7000 basic training course. This course is designed to guide you through the basic operating functions on the unit and to provide you with the knowledge to ensure that you are correctly setting up and operating the GPZ 7000. Our trained instructor will assist throughout the session and help get you finding more gold from areas that were previously thought worked out. A must for anyone who wants to get the most from their Minelab GPZ 7000. Basic detecting techniques and information are also covered
Come and visit Minelab at the 2016 Philconstruct Exhibition at Stand No. 913.
Jim Kwo, Martin Foran and Nathaniel Quirante will welcome you to the Minelab Stand.
Full event details here: http://10times.com/philconstruct-mindanao
The event is to be held on around 700 acres of arable land in Eastrington & Saltmarshe in East Yorkshire. 300 acres in different parts of Eastrington for Saturday and 300 acres around Saltmarshe hall and surroundings.
Area’s maps will be provided for marking your find spots and to help record your finds.
Friday detecting is for full weekend tickets, only 100 acres the site conditions should be a mix
Of lightly cultivated ground or short wheat & barley stubble spread over more than 15 fields.