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The Wallaces Mine was an antimony, bismuth, copper, gold, lead, silver, tin and zinc mine (now abandoned). Another name for this mine was the Higgins Mine.1
You'll find the Wallaces Mine just off the Dundas River nestled amongst mountains such as Mount Dundas (1094m) and Mount Read (1116m) in west Tasmania. The Wallaces Mine is about 190km northwest of Hobart (show me). At about 663m above sea level, the Wallaces Mine is one of the higher mines in Tasmania. It is also one of the westernmost mines in Tasmania.
The Wallaces Mine was a antimony, bismuth, copper, gold, lead, silver, tin and zinc mine. Do you know what else was being mined at the Wallaces Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the town of Rosebery which is 10km away with a population of around 1,100 (show me a map with Wallaces Mine and Rosebery).
The nearest sealed road to Wallaces Mine is the Murchison Highway (5.31km away).
1Bottrill R., 1997. Mir797. Mineral Resources Location And Characterisation System (mirloch). Mineral Resources Tasmania