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The Curley Mine is an abandoned open cut antimony and gold mine.1
You'll find the Curley Mine on the Mitchell River in Queensland about 1510km northwest of Brisbane (show me). The Curley Mine is at an altitude of about 210m above sea level.
The Curley Mine was a antimony and gold mine. Do you know what else was being mined at the Curley Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Dimbulah which is 110km away with a population of around 410 (show me a map with Curley Mine and Dimbulah).
The nearest sealed road to Curley Mine is the Peninsula Developmental Road (43.1km away).
1Lam, J.s, Denaro, T.j., Burrows, P.e., & Garrad, P.d., 1991. A Summary Of The Mineral Occurrences Of The Maytown 1:100 000 Sheet Area (7765), North Queensland. Queensland Resource Industries Record, Department Of Resource Industries, Queensland
Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Curley Mine:
|contributed by Mines on 24-Oct-2009|
This deposit is near a creek junction of an unnamed tributary north of the mitchell river. A 100 mm wide antimony-bearing quartz lode is exposed in tightly folded metasediments along the eastern side of an open trench.