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The Corinna Deposit is a silica deposit.1
You'll find the Corinna Deposit on the Pieman River in Tasmania about 230km northwest of Hobart (show me). The Corinna Deposit is at an altitude of about 23m above sea level. The Corinna Deposit is one of the westernmost mines in Tasmania.
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The nearest populated place is the village of Zeehan which is 34km away with a population of around 890 (show me a map with Corinna Deposit and Zeehan).
The nearest sealed road to Corinna Deposit is the Mount Road (19km away).
1Hughes F.e. (ed), 1990. Mineral Deposits Of Australia, Map Sheet. Enclosure To Volume 1. In Geology Of The Mineral Deposits Of Australia And Papua New Guinea.. Ausimm. Monograph Series. Supplied By Neal Evans Crae, As A Datafile Scanned From Source Document.