ENVIRONMENT

Bird in Hand not worth as much in Adelaide Hills

SOUTH Australia minister for energy and mining Tom Koutsantonis has bowed to community concerns in the Adelaide Hills and rejected Terramin Australia’s mining lease application to bring the historical Bird in Hand gold mine back into production.

 Bird in Hand mine site

Bird in Hand mine site

The underground gold mine operated between 1881 and 1889 near Woodside east of Adelaide. The Bird in Hand winery is next door, with some local wines also named after old mines in the area. Terramin...

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