The Golden Butterfly Mine is an asbestos, clay, kaolin, leucoxene, stone, zircon, antimony, gold, iridium, quartz and sapphires mine.1
The Golden Butterfly Mine is located just off the Gorge Road in southeast South Australia a distance of 21km east-northeast from Adelaide (show me). The Golden Butterfly Mine is at an elevation of approximately 353m above sea level.
The Golden Butterfly Mine is a asbestos, clay, kaolin, leucoxene, stone, zircon, antimony, gold, iridium, quartz and sapphires mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Golden Butterfly Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Golden Butterfly Mine is on the River Torrens.
The nearest populated place is the village of Houghton which is 4.6km away with a population of around 440 (show me a map with Golden Butterfly Mine and Houghton).
The nearest sealed road to Golden Butterfly Mine is the Gorge Road (487m away).
1R.w. & D.j.d., 1980. Mineral Occurrences And Mining Activity - Onkaparinga 1:50 000 Sheet Area (6628-Ii) - Historical Records. South Australia Department Of Mines And Energy.
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