Directory of historical gold maps for Avoca, free to view online.
“The Forest Creek Diggings was being deserted to a great extent, by reason of a strong attraction toward the new goldfield at Avoca, which seems to be all the rage at present, and is causing quite an exodus from some of the older diggings.” – The Argus, 29th June 1854
Avoca gold maps
- 1863, special lands, Parish of Avoca. Shows location of gold workings and crushing machine.
- 1904, plan showing Loddon and Avoca deep lead systems, Geological Survey of Victoria. Includes Avoca, Yehrip, Lamplough, Glenmona, Bung Bong, Lillicur, Glenlogie, Yalong South, Yalong, Wareek, Maryborough, Amherst, Talbot, Caralulup, Beckworth, Lexton, Amphitheatre, Langi Kal Kal, Raglan, Beaufort, Livingstone, Ercildoun, Addington, Burrumbeet, Trawalla, Brester.
- 192?, plan showing dredging areas and alluvial leads, district of Avoca, Victoria. Includes Avoca, Moonambel, Landsboough, Navarre, Redbank, Lexton, Amphitheatre, Elmhurst, Bung Bong, Lillicur, Homebush. Shows worked portions of alluvial leads, unworked portions of alluvial leads, lines of bores which have indicated the position of the leads at various points shown, depth of bore from surface to bottom of lead, mining lease numbers, basalt, other valleys not covered by basalt, exposures of granites, rocks of ordovician time.