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The Lake Macdonnell Deposit is a gypsum deposit.1
The Lake Macdonnell Deposit in South Australia is a deposit about 590km west-northwest of Adelaide (show me). The Lake Macdonnell Deposit is at an altitude of about 30m above sea level. The Lake Macdonnell Deposit is one of the westernmost mines in South Australia.
The Lake Macdonnell Deposit is a gypsum deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Lake Macdonnell Deposit? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the town of Ceduna which is 48km away with a population of around 2,600 (show me a map with Lake Macdonnell Deposit and Ceduna).
The nearest sealed road to Lake Macdonnell Deposit is the Eyre Highway (23.2km 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.