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The Ravensthorpe 4 Mine is an open cut cobalt and nickel deposit.1
The Ravensthorpe 4 Mine is a deposit on the banks of the Boaiup Creek in south Western Australia, Australia situated about 450km east-southeast of Perth (show me). The Ravensthorpe 4 Mine is at an elevation of approximately 142m above sea level.
The Ravensthorpe 4 Mine is a cobalt and nickel deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Ravensthorpe 4 Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Ravensthorpe which is 16km away with a population of around 350 (show me a map with Ravensthorpe 4 Mine and Ravensthorpe).
The nearest sealed road to Ravensthorpe 4 Mine is the South Coast Highway (2.75km away).
1Townsend, D.b., Preston, W.a., & Cooper, R.w., 1997. Mineral Resources And Locations, Western Australia: Digital Dataset From Minedex. Geological Survey Of Western Australia