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The Limephos Mine is an open cut limestone/carbonates and marble mine. It is also known as the Ulura Mine.1
You'll find the Limephos Mine just off the Battle Creek in Queensland about 1350km northwest of Brisbane (show me). At about 687m above sea level, the Limephos Mine is one of the higher mines in Queensland.
The Limephos Mine is a limestone/carbonates and marble mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Limephos Mine? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Mount Garnet which is 6.2km away with a population of around 420 (show me a map with Limephos Mine and Mount Garnet).
The nearest sealed road to Limephos Mine is the Kennedy Highway (3.28km away).
1Bruvel F., Bultitude R., Culpeper L., Garrad P., Lam J., & Morwood D., 1991. Mineral Occurrence Data Sheets - Ravenshoe 1:100 000 Sheet Area, Metallogenic Studies Program (data Supplied On Diskette). Queensland Resource Industries Record
Bonzle users have contributed the following notes about Limephos Mine:
|contributed by Mines on 24-Oct-2009|
The two open cuts are in weathered limestone southwest of ironstone gully. Limestone boulders with massive and very minor chlorite veins are embedded in terra-cotta clays.