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The March Fly Mine is an open cut and underground antimony, gold and tungsten mine.1
You'll find the March Fly Mine on the banks of the Bakers Creek nestled amongst mountains such as Bora Mountain (1107m) and Black Mountain (1175m) in northeast New South Wales. The March Fly Mine is about 370km north of Sydney (show me). At about 633m above sea level, the March Fly Mine is one of the higher mines in New South Wales.
The March Fly Mine is a antimony, gold and tungsten mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the March Fly Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the city of Armidale which is 22km away with a population of around 20,000 (show me a map with March Fly Mine and Armidale).
The nearest sealed road to March Fly Mine is the The Waterfall Way (3.77km away).
1Gilligan, L.b., Brownlow, J.w., Cameron, R.g. And Henley, H.f., 1992. Mirlis/Metallogenic Mine Data Sheets - Dorrigo-Coffs Harbour 1:250k Sheet Areas. Geological Survey Of Nsw, Department Of Mineral Resources