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The Kambalda Deposit is a cobalt, copper, iridium, nickel, osmium and palladium deposit.1
The Kambalda Deposit just off the St Ives Road in Western Australia is a deposit about 560km east of Perth (show me). The Kambalda Deposit is at an elevation of approximately 363m above sea level.
The Kambalda Deposit is a cobalt, copper, iridium, nickel, osmium and palladium deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Kambalda Deposit? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the town of Kambalda West which is 3.8km away with a population of around 2,800 (show me a map with Kambalda Deposit and Kambalda West).
The nearest sealed road to Kambalda Deposit is the St Ives Road (872m away).
1Hughes F.e. (ed), 1990. Mineral Deposits Of Australia, Map Sheet. Enclosure To Volume 1. In Geology Of The Mineral Deposits Of Australia And Papua New Guinea.. Ausimm. Monograph Series. Supplied By Neal Evans Crae, As A Datafile Scanned From Source Document.