WHAT'S ON: Metal Detecting World Championships

WHAT'S ON: Metal Detecting World Championships

Lost Treasures is proud to be sponsoring the Metal Detecting World Championships being held in Gympie this month - come say hello, and meet other metal detecting enthusiasts at this THREE day event!

WHERE:   Mitchell Creek Rock 'N Blues Festival site (near Gympie, Queensland)
WHEN:      Friday 27th - Sunday 29th September 2019
TICKETS:  Available via the Mitchell Creek Rock 'N Blues Fest website - click here. There are day passes available for non-competitors, kids/youth passes, and weekend passes for all competitors. 
MORE INFORMATION: You can view the official site here, or follow the Facebook event page for more updates.

Lost Treasures will be giving away FIVE x $100 gift vouchers at the event, along with other vouchers for detectors and accessories. There will be $50,000+ of prizes available, and for all competitors there will be a draw to win a 10oz Gold Bar worth $20,000!! We will also be reporting on the official release of new Vanquish metal detector from Minelab - happening live at this event.

We're pretty excited about all the great activities and guests lined up for the weekend. This dedicated community event is all about meeting other metal detecting and gold fossicking enthusiasts, partaking in a bit of competition and having a great time. We hope to see you there!

 



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