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Three Creeks Tourist Gold Mine Upper Bingara

Latitude -30.052349 Longitude 150.639682

Located in the New England Region of NSW, nearest large town Bingara

Located on the Upper Bingara Road 15 kilometres south of Bingara

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The Three Creeks Tourist Gold Mine allows visitors to step back in time to the mining days of old. Learn the history of this historic mining site and browse through the artefacts displayed in the museum.

The mine is a privately operated reef workings gold mine. Visitors can participate in gold panning, crystal fossicking and visit historic sites. You can learn how to pan in the traditional way and if you find anything you can keep it! You can even do a full fossickers and prospectors course on the first weekend of each month (must be booked in advance).

Browse the displays of jewellery, gold, garnets, crystals and rock minerals, all of which are for sale.

There are on-site unpowered camp sites. Entry fees apply

Open Monday to Sunday 9.00am - 5.00pm

Paul and Joy Ph (02) 6783 2224

Email: threecreeksgoldmine@skymesh.com.au


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