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The Wild Dog Creek Mine is an antimony and gold mine.1
You'll find the Wild Dog Creek Mine on the banks of the Taponga River nestled amongst mountains such as Rough Hill (988m), Mount Duffy (1009m), Wild Oats Hill (1469m), Bill Head (1383m) and Mount Bullfight (1480m) in south Victoria. The Wild Dog Creek Mine is about 100km east-northeast of Melbourne (show me). The Wild Dog Creek Mine is at an elevation of approximately 595m above sea level.
The Wild Dog Creek Mine is a antimony and gold mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Wild Dog Creek Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Marysville which is 23km away with a population of around 600 (show me a map with Wild Dog Creek Mine and Marysville).
The nearest sealed road to Wild Dog Creek Mine is the Eildon-Jamieson Road (8.99km away).
11994. Gsvic - Minerals Database - Victorian Data. Geological Survey Of Victoria