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The South Bank Deposit is a nickel deposit.1
The South Bank Deposit is a deposit on the banks of the Marryat Creek in northwest South Australia, Australia situated about 1120km north-northwest of Adelaide (show me). The South Bank Deposit is at an altitude of approximately 544m. The South Bank Deposit is one of the northernmost mines in South Australia.
The South Bank Deposit is a nickel deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the South Bank Deposit? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Mimili which is 93km away with a population of around 260 (show me a map with South Bank Deposit and Mimili).
The nearest sealed road to South Bank Deposit is the Stuart Highway (43.6km away).
11997. Mesa - Mineral Deposit Database (mindep). Mines And Energy Resources South Australia