GOLD ATLAS of NEW SOUTH WALES by DOUG STONE
shows the spread of places to fossick and the photography bring to life the little gold towns and surrounding bush where gold still awaits you. Doug’s challenge in mapping the NSW goldfields was matching recorded gold occurrences with existing Public Land and State Forest where fossicking is allowed.
The good news is that NSW is vast and there are still large tracts of Public Land and State Forest where gold can be found, stretching from Pambula on the south coast through Mogo up to the hills behind Coffs Harbour and west to Broken Hill and Tibooburra.
The Atlas includes over 35 detailed maps, printed in full colour, spiral bound for ease of use in the car.