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The Rosedale Deposit is a limestone/carbonates deposit.1
The Rosedale Deposit is a deposit just off the Native Dog Creek in southeast Queensland, Australia situated about 320km north-northwest of Brisbane (show me). The Rosedale Deposit is about 125m above sea level.
The Rosedale Deposit is a limestone/carbonates deposit. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Rosedale Deposit? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Gin Gin which is 31km away with a population of around 900 (show me a map with Rosedale Deposit and Gin Gin).
The nearest sealed road to Rosedale Deposit is the Bundaberg Lowmead Road (10.5km 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