The Turtle Head Island Prospect is a silica and bauxite prospect.1
The Turtle Head Island Prospect is located in northwest Queensland a distance of about 2130km north-northwest from Brisbane (show me). The Turtle Head Island Prospect is at an elevation of approximately 32m above sea level. The Turtle Head Island Prospect is one of the northernmost mines in Australia.
1Denaro, T.j., 1993. Mineral Occurrences - Torres Straight 1:250 000 Sheet Area, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Department Of Minerals And Energy Queensland
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contributed by Mines on 25-Oct-2009
Bauxite is exposed in cliffs on the northeast coastline of turtle head island. It occurs as small residuals of aluminous laterite beneath a cover of dune sand.
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