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The Koonenberry Gap Mine is an open cut lead and nickel mine.1
The Koonenberry Gap Mine is a mine in northwest New South Wales, Australia situated about 920km west-northwest of Sydney (show me). The Koonenberry Gap Mine is at an altitude of approximately 213m. The Koonenberry Gap Mine is one of the westernmost mines in New South Wales.
The Koonenberry Gap Mine is a lead and nickel mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Koonenberry Gap Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of White Cliffs which is 89km away with a population of around 220 (show me a map with Koonenberry Gap Mine and White Cliffs).
The nearest sealed road to Koonenberry Gap Mine is the Silver City Highway (22.6km away).
1 Downes, P.m , 1997. Nsw Metallic Mineral Occurrence Database. Nsw Department Of Mineral Resources