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The Lake Bael Bael Mine is a gypsum deposit.1
The Lake Bael Bael Mine is a deposit just off the Avoca River in northwest Victoria, Australia situated about 260km north-northwest of Melbourne (show me). The Lake Bael Bael Mine is at an elevation of approximately 74m above sea level.
The Lake Bael Bael Mine is a gypsum deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Lake Bael Bael Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the town of Kerang which is 15km away with a population of around 3,700 (show me a map with Lake Bael Bael Mine and Kerang).
The nearest sealed road to Lake Bael Bael Mine is the Kerang Quambatook Road (5.55km away).
11996. Industrial Minerals And Rocks Of Victoria (indmin). Gsv Report 102. Energy And Minerals Victoria