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The Licola Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates mine. Another name for this mine is the Serpentine Creek Mineral Occurrence.1
You'll find the Licola Mineral Occurrence on the banks of the Serpentine Creek nestled amongst mountains such as Horse Hill (693m), Violet Hill (1218m), Green Hills (1216m) and Mount Eliza (594m) in south Victoria. The Licola Mineral Occurrence is about 140km east of Melbourne (show me). The Licola Mineral Occurrence is at an altitude of about 389m above sea level.
The Licola Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates mine. Do you know what else was or is being mined at the Licola Mineral Occurrence? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
The nearest populated place is the village of Rawson which is 40km away with a population of around 280 (show me a map with Licola Mineral Occurrence and Rawson).
The nearest sealed road to Licola Mineral Occurrence is the Licola Road (5.35km away).
11996. Industrial Minerals And Rocks Of Victoria (indmin). Gsv Report 102. Energy And Minerals Victoria