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The Silverwood Deposit is a limestone/carbonates deposit.1
You'll find the Silverwood Deposit in Queensland about 140km southwest of Brisbane (show me). The Silverwood Deposit is at an elevation of approximately 579m above sea level. The Silverwood Deposit is one of the southernmost mines in Queensland.
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The nearest populated place is the city of Warwick which is 18km away with a population of around 12,000 (show me a map with Silverwood Deposit and Warwick).
The nearest sealed road to Silverwood Deposit is the New England Highway (8.34km 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