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The Lake Macleod Mine is an open cut gypsum deposit.1
The Lake Macleod Mine is a deposit in west Western Australia, Australia situated about 890km north-northwest of Perth (show me). The Lake Macleod Mine is at an altitude of approximately -1m. The Lake Macleod Mine is one of the westernmost mines in Australia.
The Lake Macleod Mine is a gypsum deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Lake Macleod Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the town of Carnarvon which is 79km away with a population of around 7,300 (show me a map with Lake Macleod Mine and Carnarvon).
The nearest sealed road to Lake Macleod Mine is the Quobba Gnaraloo Road (24.1km away).
1Townsend, D.b., Preston, W.a., & Cooper, R.w., 1996. Mineral Resources And Locations, Western Australia: Digital Dataset From Minedex. Geological Survey Of Western Australia