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Well l have 2 days of work to go and then was going to have 3 weeks of dectecting, but along comes Debbieee ! Tropical cyclone Debbieee Cat 4 predicted by the time of land fall , with 400mls of rain ,now have to make it home in time to prep , it's Sunday night here , suppose to cross the coast early Tuesday morning? Nth Queensland weather gotta love it !
Away I will get a couple of weeks in looking for the yellow 🙂
Hope all the path are safe and prepared.
for those making the trek this year and who plan on detecting on Erlistoun Station.
Ownership has changed hands and it is no longer held by Grainger Pastoral Co.
I will still be here as on site manager so it's business as usual as far as I am concerned.
We are a prospector friendly station and all we ask is to please let us know if and when you'll be on the station. Feral control is on going so for safety reasons, it helps if we know where you are and you know where we are.
Please take out what you bring in, don't bury your rubbish. Please keep off station roads when wet, that wheel rut becomes a water channel, that water channel becomes a creek....
Please respect leases and know where you are and have 40E's and permissions in order.
Please respect cattle and infrastructure, and no firearms or shooting under any circumstances.
At this stage I am not sure on the new owners policy regarding bringing dogs onto the station but I will endeavour to find out ASAP and update it here.
Correspondence can be sent to:
P.O. Box 189
Laverton W.A. 6440
Ph :08 9037 5951 (after 6pm)
Alternatively I can be contacted here on this forum
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