Mine worth two in the bush shows promise

A SCOPING study on the Bird-in-Hand gold deposit near Strathalbyn on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula points to a high grade and low cost project for Terramin Australia.

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An old photo dated 1930 from the State Library of South Australia of miners at the Bird-in-Hand mine near the town of Woodside in SA

The Bird-in-Hand deposit is 30km north of Terramin's shuttered Angas zinc mine, which includes a 440,000 tonne per annum processing plant.
The deposit has resources of 650,000t at 12.