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    Quote by tampalam View Post
    What are the laws like in Australia pertaining to digging for war relics?
    There are only really limitations in Australia on State and National Parks, War Memorials and cemeteries. generally Fossickers are considered to be an asset removing :"rubbish " and or saving History ~

    Even in National parks can be accessed with the intention of removing rubbish ~

    Last year I found a live Mills Type 36 which was removed and destroyed ~ There was no discussion about whether I was not supposed to be MD a Nat park ~

    Much of this issue is considered to be a "Grey Area" ~

    Around Brisbane for example there are a LOT of WWII camp areas and the National Parks people in fact catch MD'ers in the scoop net as they admit they are chasing Hoons on motorcycles and 4*4s, not pursuing Fossickers as such ~

    Of course as stipulated across the board ~ out right blatant trespassing is a NO GO ~

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    very nice thread

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