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Outback Opal Mine
Clifton Beach, Cairns Area

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07 4055 3492


To start your free visit to the Outback Opal Mine why not view the interesting eight minute documentary available in English, Japanese and German. Then take a walk through the simulated Opal mine to see a variety of rough black, boulder and crystal opal embedded in the wall.

Relax on the verandah and enjoy morning or afternoon tea.

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If you have ever wondered how opal gougers work, how opal is formed and how it is cut and polished, be sure to visit Joe and Susan Clyde's showroom.

A courtesy coach is available for up to 14 people.

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There is a large range of jewellery, loose stones, rough specimens, opalised shells and unusual gift lines available at very competitive prices. Tourist tax refund scheme also available.

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Captain Cook Highway
Clifton Beach
Queensland 4879 Australia

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07 4055 3492


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