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In this Video I try out Minelab GPX 6000 in the Victorian Goldfields. I also meet up with fellow YouTubers Tim,Jane,David and Phil.


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GPX 6000 in Victoria Part 2.

Hi Every one .. In part two of my Gold trip to the Victorian Goldfields with my new Minelab GPX 6000 I catch up with fellow youtubers and do a shout out for them and a minutes silence for Anzac day Tribute.


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