The Eversley Mineral Occurrence is an antimony mineral occurence.1
The Eversley Mineral Occurrence just off the Dumaresq River in Queensland is a mineral occurence about 240km southwest of Brisbane (show me). The Eversley Mineral Occurrence is at an elevation of approximately 381m above sea level. The Eversley Mineral Occurrence is one of the southernmost mines in Queensland.
The nearest sealed road to Eversley Mineral Occurrence is the Bruxner Highway (4.51km away).
1Denaro T., 1989. Mineral Occurrence Data Sheets - Texas 1:100 000 Sheet Area, Metallogenic Studies Program (data Supplied On Diskette). Queensland Department Of Mines - Record Series
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contributed by Mines on 24-Oct-2009
Stibnite crystals occur in quartz veins in a breccia zone in tuffaceous sediments on the southwest side of a prominent jasper ridge. A rock chip sample assayed 5 ppm cu, 5 ppm pb, 10 ppm zn, 5 ppm mo, and 20 ppm w.
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