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Granny Smith gold mine

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The Granny Smith gold mine is located 720 kilometres east-north-east of Perth, and 23 kilometres south west of Laverton, Western Australia. The mine commenced in 1989 and has produced over 6 million ounces of gold. The main ore source for the 3.6 mtpa capacity plant is from the Wallaby underground deposit, with occasionally toll treatment of ore from nearby operations. The remaining life of mine average annual gold production is 270koz.

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