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The Woodcutters Prospect is an antimony, cadmium, lead, silver and zinc prospect. As a mine it experienced little or no production.1
The Woodcutters Prospect is a prospect just off the Manton River in the northwest of the Northern Territory, Australia situated about 60km south-southeast of Darwin (show me). The Woodcutters Prospect is at an elevation of approximately 69m above sea level.
The Woodcutters Prospect was a antimony, cadmium, lead, silver and zinc prospect. Do you know what else was or is found at the Woodcutters Prospect? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Batchelor which is 17km away with a population of around 730 (show me a map with Woodcutters Prospect and Batchelor).
The nearest sealed road to Woodcutters Prospect is the Stuart Highway (1.3km away).
1Johnson, K., D'Addario, G.w., Jorritsma, P.j., & Bultitude, J.m., 1984. Geology Of The Rum Jungle Uranium Field. Bureau Of Mineral Resources, Geology And Geophysics