Outback Graves Markers

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Outback Grave markers have been placed on lonely graves all over Australia. Check for locations on our map below, or type a location into our search box and hit search.

Anaconda - Eulaminna

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
43 kilometers south east of Leonora on the old Leonora to Laverton Road
In the early 20th century the Anaconda Copper Mine was considered the most important copper mine in Western Australia has produced over half the copper for the state.

Now there is a modern
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Burtville

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
29 km SE of Laverton: 740 km ENE of Perth
An article published in the Smith's Weekly (Sydney, NSW: 1919 - 1950), Saturday 13 May 1933, page 4, seems to be very colourful, if not greatly exaggerated.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS
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Comet Vale

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
96 Km north of Kalgoorlie on the Goldfields Highway
Mildred Walshaw: Lady Gold-miner
Mildred was the only permanent resident of the ghost town of Comet Vale and was most likely the only active woman prospector with her own gold mine in Australia in
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Davyhurst

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
Situated 53 kilometres south-west of Menzies, and approximately120 kilometres northwest of Kalgoorlie

The story of E.E.Kurth is an interesting one, from schoolboy at Davyhurst to professor of Chemistry at the University of Tasmania. His family story is also an insight into the times
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Dulbydilla

Region: Queensland
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Gullewa Cemetery

Region: Mid West
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Kathleen Valley

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
Along the Goldfields Highway, about 50 ks north of Leinster
February 13, 2020. Liontown Resources (ASX: LTR) has unveiled an updated resource for its Kathleen Valley lithium project in Western Australia, with the new resource representing an 86% increase on
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Lake Austin

Region: Mid West
625 km north north east of Perth and 48 km north of Mount Magnet and 23k south of Cue on the Great Northern Highway, on an island in Lake Austin so often known as Lake Austin and The Island Lake Austin.
7th May 1892 The Western Mail
From our correspondent in Geraldton
The Webb brothers, belonging to North Hampton, have come in from Lake Austin bringing a large quantity of alluvial gold! They will
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Lake Darlot

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
60 kilometres NW of Leinster: 75kms NE of Leonora.  It is on Woodarra Road on Leonora's Loop.
The first cemetery was at the head of Horseman’s Gully where there were 8 burials before a new cemetery site was gazetted. The original 8 burials were transferr
Everard. Firebrace Darlot, a successful pastoralist in Western Australia
Residence, 52 Mount Street was among the first substantial residences to be built in Mount Street, at a time when it was
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Lawlers

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
32 km southwest of Leinster
A 10-head battery was erected at the Great Eastern by 1896 and was employing 90 men. The main shaft was down to 500 feet, the battery increased to 20 heads, a poppet frame over the shaft, and a
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Leonora

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
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Linden

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
75 km south of Laverton on the southern side of Lake Carey
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 1/11 1907. THE LINDEN DISTRICT MINING INSPECTOR'S REPORT
The State mining engineer has received the following report from Mr E. K. Beaumont, the mining inspector for the
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Malcolm (Kookynie Road)

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
19 km south-east of Leonora, south of the Leonora – Laverton Road along the Malcolm Kookynie road. Malcolm town site is itself nothing these days than a bare area of flat ground. Bordering the former town site on the east now is a modern railway siding.
The North Star Gold Mine lies a little southwest of the former Malcolm town site. Little remains at the North Star site other than some minor remnant battery sands and a few shafts.

In 1946, the
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Malcolm (Lake Raeside)

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
19 km south-east of Leonora, south of the Leonora – Laverton Road along the Malcolm Kookynie road. Malcolm town site is itself nothing these days than a bare area of flat ground. Bordering the former town site on the east now is a modern railway siding.
The North Star Gold Mine lies a little southwest of the former Malcolm town site. Little remains at the North Star site other than some minor remnant battery sands and a few shafts.

In 1946, the
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