The Miamba Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates mineral occurence.1
The Miamba Mineral Occurrence in Queensland is a mineral occurence about 240km southwest of Brisbane (show me). The Miamba Mineral Occurrence is about 382m above sea level. The Miamba Mineral Occurrence is one of the southernmost mines in Queensland.
The nearest sealed road to Miamba Mineral Occurrence is the Bruxner Highway (4.53km away).
1Denaro T., 1989. Mineral Occurrence Data Sheets - Ashford 1:100 000 Sheet Area, Metallogenic Studies Program (data Supplied On Diskette). Queensland Department Of Mines - Record Series
Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Miamba Mineral Occurrence:
contributed by Mines on 23-Oct-2009
Five small lenses of limestone crop out north of miamba. The limestone is light to dark grey and fossiliferous, with some interbedded sediments. Some grey, medium to coarse-grained crinoidal marble was noted during a field inspection.
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