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In this sixth series of Aussie Gold Hunters, the Poseidon Crew return after their massive $350,000 haul last season and the Dust Devils’ gamble on their most expensive and riskiest mining operation ever, chasing the largest target in the history of Aussie Gold Hunters: 600 ounces, or over AU$1.5 million!  A new detectorist duo launch their hunt in the sub-tropical wilderness of the state of Queensland, while in the Pilbara region of Western Australia new team, The Ferals, face the searing heat of the northern desert.

 Aussie Gold Hunters is an unscripted, character-based factual series, set against the epic backdrop of the remote goldfields of Western Australia, Victoria and Queensland.

Photo credit Kal Englishby © Electric Pictures
Rob (L) and Turbo (R) borrow a specialized detector from a mate and unearth a run of nuggets.

Filmed in Western Australia, Regional Victoria and Queensland. Post Produced in Western Australia.

Electric Pictures acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands on which this program was filmed.

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Production Information

Series Producer

Robin Shingleton

Executive Producers

Andrew Ogilvie
Andrea Quesnelle

Head of Production

Ingrid Longley

Line Producer

Sharron Ashworth

Series Director

Katherine Barrett

Post Director

Matthew O’Donnell

Head of Sound & Drone

Owen Hughes

Post Production Supervisor

Roz Silvestrin

Camera Operators

Kal Englishby
Daniel Fowler
Skye Ebden
Tor Burns

Sound Editor & Mixer

Cue Sound


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