Mineral Gallery

GMELINITE - Flinders, Victoria
(photography F. Coffa)

Gmelinite, Flinders, Victoria

Images of Australian minerals (photography T. Forsyth), as well as links to other sites where you can view photographs of fine Australian mineral specimens.
Many of the images have links to an enlarged version, as well as information about the mineral specimen.

Crocoite, Adelaide Mine Tas Pyromorphite, Mt Isa Qld
Adelaide Mine,
Dundas, Tasmania
Specimen 16cm x 12cm

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Black Star Opencut,
Mt. Isa, Queensland
Specimen 18cm x 14cm
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Malachite, Rum Jungle NT Calcite, Biggenden Qld
Brown's Prospect, Rum Jungle,
Northern Territory
Specimen 8cm x 3cm
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Calcite & Dolomite
Mt. Biggenden Mine,
Specimen 15cm x 12cm
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Gmelinite, Flinders, Vic Gypsum, Lake Gillies SA
Gmelinite with

Flinders, Victoria
Crystal 1.5cm
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South Australia
Specimen 13cm x 10cm
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Mimetite, Mt Bonney NT Aragonite, Kyogle NSW
Mt. Bonney
Northern Territory
Specimen 8cm x 4.5cm
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Tindales Quarry,
New South Wales
Crystals 3cm
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Cassiterite, Elsmore NSW Quartz, Emmaville NSW
New South Wales
Specimen 7cm x 3.5cm
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New South Wales
Specimen 14cm x 9cm
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Beryl, Torrington NSW Chromecerussite, Magnet Mine, Tas
Cow Flat, Torrington,
New South Wales
Specimen largest xtl 4mm
Chromium Cerussite
Magnet Mine,
Specimen 5cm x 5cm
Pyromorphite and Malachite, NT Cerussite, Broken Hill NSW
Pyromorphite on Malachite
Rum Jungle,
Northern Territory
Specimen 4cm x 4cm
Cerussite twin
Broken Hill,
New South Wales (collected 1894)
Specimen largest xtl 4mm
Ferrocalcite, Bundoora, Vic Crocoite, Dundas Extended Mine, Tasmania
Ferroan Calcite
Bundoora Quarry, Melbourne,
Specimen largest xtl 20mm
Crocoite on Quartz
Dundas Extended Mine, Dundas,
Specimen largest xtl 4mm
Gold, Mt Kare, PNG Erythrite, Qld
Gold Crystals
Mt Kare, Papua New Guinea
Specimen largest xtl 15mm
Mount Cobalt, Queensland
Specimen 80mm x 80mm
Cuprite, Cloncurry, Queensland
Great Australia Mine,
Cloncurry, Queensland
Specimen largest xtl 5mm
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Other Australian Mineral images can be found at:
Albert Chapman Collection Australian Museum
Gerard Manners Website Broken Hill

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