Burra Mine Site – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Burra Mine Site protects natural heritage and mining heritage and is a record of the original vegetation of the mid-north. More than 120 species of native plants, 37 which are listed as rare or endangered, are protected here. The hills conserve native grasslands while the site has several buildings and structures used when the “Monster Mine”, a working copper mine was active.
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