One the many many mines in the hills above Coromandel Town, New Zealand.
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Gold nuggets are rare and are worth more than on the spot prices, because all gold gets melted down to be made into coins or bullion, nz gold is even rarer because we are a very small country and noone likes to mine here because it damages our natural enviroment
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Description Just a short stroll through Arrowtown , NZ autum 2018
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Gold Ore Silver Mine, for gifts of distinction that will be treasured for a lifetime. Visit their showroom/workshop to view a wide range of unique jewellery designed and handmade on-site by expert artisans. Gold Ore Silvermine features a large selection of New Zealand's finest greenstone, paua shell, coloured gemstones, classic gold and silver jewellery. Gold Ore Silver Mine Left Bank Cuba Mall CBD Wellington New Zealand 6011 Watch Video Review by #BigReviewTV #JustPressPlay BIG Profile: https://goo.gl/KFyX9L View some of our Producers Picks https://goo.gl/YcfhFj Download our FREE Big Review TV App to Create & Share your experiences and video reviews https://bigreviewtv.com/app Follow BIG: https://twitter.com/BigReviewTV https://www.facebook.com/BigReviewTV https://instagram.com/bigreviewtv/ Showcase your business: https://bigreviewtv.com/contact-us https://bigreviewtv.com/membership [email protected] Use Big Review TV to create, view and share videos about your experiences.
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Check out the highlights of my panning for gold adventure in New Zealand! Apparently all that glitters, isn't gold. MANLY MOMENTS Manly Moments is a weekly devotional that uses humor, truth, and encouragement to motivate others to live authentic lives. These truths unashamedly come from God's Word, the Bible. While Manly Moments was created for men, it is enjoyed by many. MANLY MOMENTS BONUS Each weekly Manly Moment videos is accompanied by a BONUS VIDEO that explores the topic of the week with practical insights, tips, and instruction from an expert on the subject. SUBSCRIBE If your life could use a weekly dose of humor, truth, and encouragement, please take a minute to subscribe to this channel! Not only will you catch every future episode, but it's always fun to have new member join the community. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-3j5ryHBXhSClB1dk1L0cQ SCHEDULE New videos are posted every Friday on YouTube and Facebook. MANLY MOMENTS ACCOUNTS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manly_moments/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Manly-Moments-with-Robbie-Sondag-1580497768640336/ ROBBIE SONDAG ACCOUNTS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robbiesondag/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robbie.sondag Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobbieSondag MUSIC Gold Rush by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100217 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Divers cleaning up the waters near a wharf in Wellington harbour over the weekend have come across sunken treasure, hauling up more than 800 gold coins. The five-member 99 Dive Crew Team were only expecting to find discarded trolleys and other rubbish on the seabed at Taranaki Wharf and were shocked when they came across the stash of coins, The Dominion Post reports. "[Of] the coins we found, some are apparently of value – amazing!" dive organiser Rob Wilson said. The coins are yet to be valued but one team member reportedly said that any money raised from selling the loot would go towards covering the cost of the clean-up operation with the divers currently footing the bill themselves. As well as gold coins the team also removed a lot more mundane items from the sea. The divers collected 577 cans, 116 glass bottles, a clothes iron, clothing, cash cards, cow bones and a bong.
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The awesome, steep and knarly trails of Te Ahumairangi. Just 5 minutes from Wellington's CBD and home to the now infamous Bill English 'Run/Walk' trail. Witness my fearless descent into the old (rumoured) gold prospecting tunnel. Cower in fear at the whiteness of my legs, and hopefully, if you survive all that, enjoy the views of the city!
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Hidden Treasure Of Aotearoa - Metal Detecting New Zealand Treasure Day! Glory Day! Payday! Join me today on my new adventure with my metal detector. I have had an awesome time detecting searching for hidden treasure. This time I found a variety of different coins such as a 1933 silver Sixpence in extremely fine condition and a 1919 Penny, and more coins from the past. Also, I received my new Predator digging tool shovel made by George Lesche. One Of The Worlds Best Digging Tools. The best part about hunting for treasure is the unknown what might be hiding in the ground. All that you have to do is go and detect! You can get it if you really want... Parks are among the best places to find these unknown valuable treasures and for many detectorists are awesome places to dig around! I enjoyed this time outdoors, hope you enjoyed my video too. The Metal Detectors used on this trip were the Garrett ACE 250, hand-held detector Garrett Pro Pointer AT and Predator digging shovel. Did you know? Aotearoa is the Māori name for New Zealand. Many meanings have been given for the name, but with Māori names, the true meaning can often be found only in a mythological story or in historical fiction illustrating either how the name was given or something of the ideas which prompted it. Aotearoa is made up of either two or three words, Aotea, and roa or Ao tea and roa. Aotea could be the name of one of the canoes of the great migration, the great Magellan cloud near the bright star Canopus in summer, a bird or even food; ao is a cloud, dawn, daytime, or world; tea white or clear, perhaps bright, while roa means long or tall. My videos are safe to watch for all audiences, kids all ages are welcome!! Please enjoy watching my videos, subscribe, like and push notification, so that you will never miss a new episode again! ► Watch ► Enjoy ► Learn ► Subscribe!! Let's Make This An Adventure ► SUBSCRIBE to follow my channel: https://tinyurl.com/adveNZures ► WATCH Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user54676999 SEE MORE PICTURES AND GET MORE UPDATES! Follow me on social media: ► Twitter • https://twitter.com/advenzures ► Facebook • https://www.facebook.com/advenzures ► Instagram • https://www.instagram.com/advenzures I hope you enjoyed my video, thanks for watching… Let's Make This An Adventure. 25 March 2018 https://tinyurl.com/adveNZures https://youtu.be/mIWffE_j_TQ
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How to sell gold, selling gold, gold buyers, sell gold, gold prices, gold jewellery, gold bullion, Gold Smart - for a personal service that pays you more! (New Zealand's favorite gold buyers - 100% NZ owned) http://www.goldsmart.co.nz and http://www.goldbuyers.co.nz
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NESTLED within Wellington’s Zealandia's Sanctuary Valley is a treasure relatively unknown to most: gold mines. In the 1860s Wellington was made unique by having working goldfields within city boundaries around Baker’s Hill, which is now pierced by Karori Tunnel. However, despite years of attempts, substantial amounts of gold were never found. The Karori gold-rush was certainly nothing compared to the gold rushes before it, on the South Island’s West Coast and Arrowtown. Of the two mines at Karori Sanctuary, only one can still be entered. Railway tracks can still be seen emerging from the dark entrance, where rocks were carried to the stream to be crushed. The mine is far more popular now for harbouring giant cave weta and glow worms than for its gold mining history. And is only open during the Weekends.
Views: 641 Ratt Fink
Just 20 minutes drive from Queenstown, Arrowtown is an old gold mining town, a real slice of New Zealand history. Resembling a Wild West frontier town, Arrowtown has lots of delightful whiteboard buildings, with pretty, colonnaded shop fronts, ornate cornicing and a real 'gold fever' feel. More info on Arrowtown - http://www.mydestination.com/queenstown/regionalinfo/6180988/arrowtown Visit our New Zealand websites: http://www.mydestination.com/auckland http://www.mydestination.com/rotorua http://www.mydestination.com/wellington http://www.mydestination.com/christchurch http://www.mydestination.com/queenstown Download New Zealand Guide Apps: Auckland - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id952672856 Rotorua - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id959982089 Wellington - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id960252372 Christchurch - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id959531397 Queenstown - https://itunes.apple.com/app/id959980413
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EPISODE 13: An explore of FIVE side-by-side adits in Coldstream NS, each with different results. Part of the century-old Gays River Gold District. We are a group . We look for abandoned power lines, railgrade, buildings and more underground mines. EPISODE 30: You are about to witness Nova Scotias most extensive abandoned mine that we have explored so far. Likely the biggest remaining open adit left in . EPISODE 14: A full 1400-foot underground explore of this lost century-old gold mine, well hidden in Rawdon, NS. Part of the original Rawdon Gold Mines district.
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WARNING... There is no dredging in this video.... There will be a video of some dredging next week... As for our 6" dredge, she is underwater some where on the lower part of our claim but wont be able to recovery her until the river drops... And a big thanks to everyone that has helped out so far.. I will make a video of the recovery, if there is anything left.. Thanks
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After gold was discovered in 1864 a lively town sprang up at Hokitika. Within a few months it had 5,000 residents and 72 hotels. However, its port was dangerous, and many ships met their end on the bar at the river mouth. When the gold rush finished, Hokitika dwindled - though since 1990 its Wildfoods Festival has been popular with daring eaters. Hokitika, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/west-coast-places/12 Wrecks at Hokitika River mouth, 1866, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/shipwrecks/3/2 Gold and gold mining, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/gold-and-gold-mining Eating huhu grubs, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/insects-overview/8/2/3 Johann Franz Julius von Haast, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1h1 — Roadside Stories is a series of audio guides that follow major road trips in New Zealand. The stories cover the places you'll pass along the way - their people, their history, their cultural and natural significance. For more information about Roadside Stories visit http://www.mch.govt.nz/roadside/
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This is a full length video (22min) covering most sections of the Old Ghost Road from our Jan 2018 trip. This has got to be the most epic ride in NZ - hats off to the team who built this gem - it really is majestical bro!! If you want to see the hairy sections head to 7:50 Some information here from the offical website: https://oldghostroad.org.nz In the North West corner of the South Island of New Zealand a ghost has awakened. A long-forgotten gold miners’ road has been revived as a mountain biking and tramping trail – connecting the old dray road in the Lyell (Upper Buller Gorge) to the mighty Mokihinui River in the north. The 85km-long Old Ghost Road traverses majestic native forest, open tussock tops, river flats and forgotten valleys For most fit and competent riders, The Old Ghost Road will typically be ridden over 2-4 days. A south to north route (Lyell to Seddonville) is strongly suggested for best experiencing the track. Beginning at the southern trail head at the Lyell Campground, most riders will cover the 18km climb to the Lyell Saddle Hut (875 metres above sea level) in 3-4 hours (765 m of ascent). For the fit and keen and for those that got away from Lyell early, you have the choice of continuing on up onto the open tops of the Lyell Range. Approximately 6 km of climbing through bush and 6 km of predominantly open tops travel offering dramatic views over 2.5 – 4 hours will have you arriving at the breath-taking Ghost Lake Hut site (12 km on from Lyell Saddle). Views abound en route to the west and north and the views continue at the hut site to the south and east. Ghost Lake Hut sits at 1200 metres above sea level in a stunning setting. With almost 30 km behind you (from the Lyell Campground) and the high point of the ride in the bag, only masochists or the irreverent will continue past this point on Day 1 – it is the perfect point to ‘call it a day’. Once you get there, we think you’ll agree. Check your brakes before departing from the Ghost Lake Hut site as the trail descends almost 800 metres over the next 13 km to the Stern Valley Hut. The first 4km of this section is the most technical of the entire trail reaching Grade 5 in places – BE PREPARED. At the end of the breath-taking Skyline Ridge you’ll reach the Skyline Steps. Their reason-for-being will become clear once you’re there. Again, please BE PREPARED for these. You’ll need to carry your bike down 60m of narrow and winding steps before climbing back into the saddle for a flowing descent into Stern Valley and you arrival at Stern Valley hut. The ride from Ghost Lake Hut to Stern Valley Hut is unlikely to take too long – count on 2 – 3 hours. From the Stern Valley Hut the trail meanders on up through the interesting Earnest Valley (northern tributary of Stern Creek). Some ‘earnest’ climbing is again required to gain a low but sharp saddle (Solemn Saddle) that allows passage into the ‘Hanging Judge’ in the headwaters of the Goat Creek catchment. From here it’s on down to the confluence with the Mokihinui River South Branch and the existing Goat Creek Hut (14 km on from Stern Valley Hut). Riders could expect to cover this distance in 2 – 3 hours. From Goat Creek, riders will wind their way through towering podocarp forest to the Mokihinui ‘Forks’ and the refurbished DoC hut located there (8 km from Goat Creek – approximately 1 – 2 hours). After turning left at the Mokihinui Forks, riders will come upon the Specimen Point Hut site 3 km downstream towards at the head of Mokihinui River Gorge. Riders should allow 30 mins to 1 hour for this section. From the Specimen Point Hut settlement, the Mokihinui Gorge shows the way to the sea. The old miners’ road is rejoined for the undulating and at times, cliff-hugging, 17 km journey out to the Seddonville end of the trail through the spectacular Mokihinui River gorge (2-4 hours). Congratulations, you’ve just ridden The Old Ghost Road. Music Credits: Moby - Rushing , natural Blues, Run On & Inside The Veronica's - In My Blood Waterpark - Dreaming
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28 Abandoned World War Two Machine Gun Emplacements are built around the beaches and bays of Wellington. You can visit these just by walking on the beaches around the suburbs. 3rd Battalion Wellington Regiment NZ Engineers. New Zealand UHD 4K
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Hi everyone, I went metal detecting at a public park in Wellington, New Zealand yesterday for about 2 hours with my Fisher F2 metal detector. I found $7.40 of spendable coins. I found an old New Zealand half penny with date worn off it. I also found two 1 cent coins. I found three pendants, one looks retro style with sky blue colouring. One pendant has a surfer riding a wave with "Hawaii" on it. The third one looks like it's an Indian pendant with an elephant of some kind on it, could have religious meaning but that's just a guess. Happy Hunting!
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Summary New Zealand has a range of minerals that contribute to the construction, energy and transport sectors of its economy, such as coal, gold, silver, iron sand and other mineral resources. The country’s mining industry is governed by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), and by its branch New Zealand Petroleum and Mineral (NZP&M), which is responsible for managing the New Zealand Government‘s oil, gas, mineral and coal resources, known as the Crown Mineral Estate. The Crown Mineral Act 1991 is the apex law regulating policy for prospecting, exploration and mining of Crown-owned minerals in New Zealand.
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The Ministry of Education states that New Zealand has ‘among the best standards in the world for Early Childhood Education’. Against this claim there is evidence that physical conditions and employment practices are subjecting many children and teachers to environments potentially damaging to their physical, mental and emotional health, with possible long-term consequences. Mike Bedford is a specialist in ECE Wellbeing and Design, and doctoral fellow, University of Otago, Wellington. Susan Bates is an ECE teacher and researcher. Associate Professor Wyatt Page works in the School of Health Sciences, Massey University, Wellington.
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Coverage of the 2017 Special Olympics National Games in Wellington by Nicky Maylor and his team. From 27th November until 3 December 2018 more than 2000 athlete’s and their supporters arrived in the Wellington region for the National Summer Games. Special Olympics New Zealand is first and foremost a sports organisation for people with an intellectual disability with athletes ranging from 8 to 80. Offering far more than physical benefits it’s about fun, friendship, team spirit. An Everybody Cool Lives Here Production Created by Nick Smith Produced by Nic Lane & Rose Kirkup Starring Nick Smith, Stevie Hancox-Monk, George Fenn, Barnaby Olson, and individuals involved with the 2017 Special Olympics National Games. Camera Owen McCarthy, Nic Lane, Rose Kirkup Editing Nic Lane, Barnaby Olson Thanks: Capital E, CNZ Creative Communities, Special Olympics, & Wellington City Council.
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Mit Volldampf durch den Regenwald in Neuseelands Südinsel! http://www.shantytown.co.nz/Attractions/Ride+the+Steam+Train.html Loco KAITANGATA - Sharp Stewart & Co. Glasgow, Scotland. Makers # 4270 built 1896. 22 ton, 10.5 x 18 cylinders, 160lb BP, 36 inch wheels TE 7000lb. The main stay of the railway at Shantytown since its opening in 1972 has been the 'Improved F-Class Kaitangata'. This engine is based on the N.Z.R. (New Zealand Railways) 'F' class, and was built for the Kaitangata Coal & Railway Co. to work the 8 kilometre line from the coal mine at Kaitangata to the N.Z.R. exchange sidings at Stirling. The coal company and railway were taken over by the State Mines Department in the 1950's with the locomotive continuing to operate the railway until the mine closed in 1969. In February 1971 the locomotive was donated to Shantytown. The idea of Shantytown arose out of a meeting in Greymouth of a group of railway and vintage car enthusiasts in 1968. The group were keen to preserve West Coast relics and create a tourist attraction. Barney Sutherland, a watchmaker and jeweller, who had an interest in gold-panning as a tourist attraction presented his idea of recreating an old West Coast town. The West Coast Historical and Mechanical Society was formed and soon after work began on the present site
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Scarlet & Gold by Lorae Parry is a powerful new play with music and dance - inspired by the real events of the 1912 Waihi Gold Miners‘ strike. CIRCA THEATRE WELLINGTON 25 NOV - 22 DEC 2016 Book now at https://nz.patronbase.com/_Circa/Productions/1635/Performances
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One of New Zealand’s easiest Great Rides, Hauraki Rail Trail follows old railway lines between the historic gold towns of Thames, Paeroa, Te Aroha and Waihi. It offers contrasting scenery from the salt-licked Firth of Thames and verdant Hauraki Plains, to a rocky gorge strewn with intriguing gold mining relics. Learn more: http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/hauraki-rail-trail/
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Hey Happy Travellers! So we went checked out the famous hot spot Karangahake Gorge on the North Island of New Zealand. Its located about a 2 hour drive from the city of Auckland! Its an amazing natural landscape with historic railways and gold mines to explore! A beautiful Canyon lies heres with beautiful water running through it! Its a great place to hike and spend the day there are several trails here that you can do. We did the windows walk and the railway trail! We also explored the pretty 3 stream waterfall Owharoa Falls, check out this beautiful place with us in this video! If you like my video please subscribe to show support! Thank you! Weekly vlogs every Wednesday! ____________________________________________________________________ We have our own budget travel guide website 2hearts 2backpacks http://www.2hearts2backpacks.com/ Check it out! And this is my Vlog about my experiences and adventures when we travel! Enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2hearts2backpacks-1368529163237807/?ref=bookmarks Find us on instagram https://www.instagram.com/bobosbackpack/ Find me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/khunzo/ Check out our website http://www.2hearts2backpacks.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MUSIC: Artist: Cedro and Axelance Song: Our Promise Final Hopefully Found on Soundcloud: Free Music For Vlogs https://soundcloud.com/freemusicforvlogs Artist: Forty Thr33 Song: Bay Breeze Found on Soundcloud: Free Music For Vlogs https://soundcloud.com/freemusicforvlogs Artist: Ikson Song: Wander Found on Soundcloud: Fox Beat 2 YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCilmEm7FsU0vTjUI6tDVRlg FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/foxbeatmusic/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FoxBeatMusic FOX BEAT 1: Fox Beat
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