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Where is Dawesville Mine?

Dawesville Mine is in the southwest of Western Australia which is in the west of Australia.

What is the latitude and longitude of Dawesville Mine?

Dawesville Mine is at a latitude of -32.68 decimal degrees and a longitude of 115.66 decimal degrees (GDA94 datum, which is for many practical purposes equivalent to WGS84). Latitude and longitude coordinates may be represented in a variety of different numeric formats:

FormatLatitudeLongitude
Decimal-32.68115.66
D MM' SS"32 40' 48" S115 39' 36" E
D MM.MMM'32 40.800' S115 39.600' E

What is the elevation/altitude/height above sea level of Dawesville Mine?

Dawesville Mine is at an elevation/altitude/height above sea level of 5 m above sea level.

What is the nearest city, town or village to Dawesville Mine?

The nearest city to Dawesville Mine is Mandurah about 17.9 km away. Mandurah has a population of about around 47,000 (based on the 2001 census). Click here for a map showing Dawesville Mine and Mandurah.

What is the annual rainfall of Dawesville Mine?

The annual rainfall of Dawesville Mine is about 1258 mm.

What is the most rain Dawesville Mine has ever received in a day?

The most rain received by Dawesville Mine in a day was 178 mm. The most rain received by Dawesville Mine in a October day was around 87 mm.

In what local government area (LGA) is Dawesville Mine?

Dawesville Mine is in the local government area of 'Mandurah'. The 'Mandurah' local government area is classified as a 'City'.

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