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Mineral Resource Projects New South Wales

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This map shows the locations of major mines and advanced exploration projects for metallic and industrial minerals, gemstones, coal and petroleum in NSW. The map also shows current coal allocation areas.

Shown on the map are the locations of the major coal mines of the Hunter, western and southern coalfields, the major gold and copper projects in the mid-west and heavy mineral sands in the Murray Basin. The major mineral fields at Cobar and Broken Hill are shown along with the opal fields at Lightning Ridge and White Cliffs.

Large industrial mineral deposit sites including limestone, zeolite, silica and gypsum are also shown.

Relevant major infrastructure, such as transmission lines, power stations, mineral processing plants, gas pipelines, ports and railways, are indicated on the maps. The major geological provinces in NSW are displayed as a backdrop to the maps.

The mining and exploration activity information is sourced from selected exploration and production results published in company reports available to the public. The infrastructure information is sourced from other government agencies.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS2802755
Weight (g)310 g
PublisherNSW Department of Primary Industries
Size1000 x 800 x 1mm
FormatFlat Map
Scale1:1 500 000
ISBNn/a
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This map shows the locations of major mines and advanced exploration projects for metallic and industrial minerals, gemstones, coal and petroleum in NSW. The map also shows current coal allocation areas.

Shown on the map are the locations of the major coal mines of the Hunter, western and southern coalfields, the major gold and copper projects in the mid-west and heavy mineral sands in the Murray Basin. The major mineral fields at Cobar and Broken Hill are shown along with the opal fields at Lightning Ridge and White Cliffs.

Large industrial mineral deposit sites including limestone, zeolite, silica and gypsum are also shown.

Relevant major infrastructure, such as transmission lines, power stations, mineral processing plants, gas pipelines, ports and railways, are indicated on the maps. The major geological provinces in NSW are displayed as a backdrop to the maps.

The mining and exploration activity information is sourced from selected exploration and production results published in company reports available to the public. The infrastructure information is sourced from other government agencies.

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