Gold from Australia
It began in New South Wales and continues to this day. At that time, the gold rush changed many things, some of the gold seekers settled there. At the beginning of the gold rush in Australia, the most gold was found in Victoria, in 1851. Melbourne developed into a booming city. It all resembled the gold rush in California. In this, thousands searched for the valuable precious metal from 1848 to 1854, after the first gold nugget was found on January 24, 1848. Hundreds of thousands then came to California as well, and so San Francisco grew enormously.
But it was not an easy life, only a few became really rich, there were fires, vermin and also a cholera epidemic. From 1854, the time of the individual gold miners was over, gold mining was now done industrially. Gold stands for precious and valuable things. Many wanted to find the wealth themselves in the ground. Even today, gold is a stable investment. China currently produces the most gold, followed by Australia, Russia and the USA. It is followed by Canada, Ghana, Mexico, South Africa, Uzbekistan and Indonesia.
One company producing gold in Western Australia today is Karora Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cygvde0ucEA . These are the Beta Hunt Mine, the Higginsville Gold Properties and the Spargos Gold Mine, all located about 60 kilometers from Kalgoorlie and in the prolific Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt. Gold was first found in this area in 1896. Incidentally, the Klondike River and Yukon River gold rushes in Canada are well known.
In Canada today, for example, Fury Gold Mines - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8HSFGdXx0g - is located. The company has high-grade and prospective projects, this in British Columbia, Nunavut and Quebec.
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