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The Belconon Mine is an underground gold, lead and silver mine. It is also known as the Balconnel Mine.1
You'll find the Belconon Mine just off the Uriarra Road nestled amongst mountains such as Pig Hill (974m), Mount Macdonald (780m) and Surveyors Hill (721m) in the northwest of the Australian Capital Territory. The Belconon Mine is 16km west-northwest of Canberra (show me). The Belconon Mine is at an altitude of approximately 477m.
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Belconon Mine is on the Molonglo River.
The nearest populated place is the village of Hall which is 13km away with a population of around 350 (show me a map with Belconon Mine and Hall).
The nearest sealed road to Belconon Mine is the Uriarra Road (924m away).
1Gilligan, L.b., 1975. Mirlis/Metallogenic Mine Data Sheets - Canberra 1:250k Sheet Area. Geological Survey Of Nsw, Department Of Mineral Resources
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|contributed by DennisF on 08-Oct-2014 (last modified 29-Jan-2015)|
Exact location of Belconnen Mine
The tunnel is located about a kilometer further northeast than shown, immediately on the south bank of the Murrumbidgee River. Also known as the Uriarra Mine.