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The Diglum Mine is a limestone/carbonates mine.1
The Diglum Mine on the Booreeco Creek in Queensland is a mine about 400km north-northwest of Brisbane (show me). The Diglum Mine is about 128m above sea level.
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The nearest populated place is the town of Calliope which is 30km away with a population of around 1,200 (show me a map with Diglum Mine and Calliope).
The nearest sealed road to Diglum Mine is the Gladstone Monto Road (17.4km away).
1Data Supplied By P. Garrad, Gsq, 1990. Floppy Disk Files Pauldata.txt, Paulstru.txt. Date: 24apr1990. Digitised From Manually-Marked Cadastral Maps, Various Original Sources.. Queensland Department Of Resource Industries