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The Caseys Mine is a gravel and road metal mine.1
The Caseys Mine is located just off the Coomera River in southeast Queensland a distance of about 50km southeast from Brisbane (show me). The Caseys Mine is at an altitude of about 12m above sea level. The Caseys Mine is one of the easternmost mines in Queensland.
The Caseys Mine is a gravel and road metal mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Caseys Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Jacobs Well which is 8.8km away with a population of around 800 (show me a map with Caseys Mine and Jacobs Well).
The nearest sealed road to Caseys Mine is the Oxenford - Southport Road (1.49km away).
1Willmott, W.f., Martin, J.e., O'Flynn, M.l., Cooper, W., 1978. Industrial Rock And Mineral Resources Of The Beenleigh And Murwillumbah 1:100 000 Sheet Areas (plate 1). Queensland Department Of Mines, Geological Survey Of Queensland