|Location:||In the center of Boulder and the Golden Mile. Kalgoorlie-Boulder. 600 km east of Perth, at the end of the Great Eastern Highway.|
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|17-JUN-1893||Paddy Hannan registered his claim.|
|1910||produced 200 kilograms of gold, one of the major mines on the Golden mile.|
|1931||Golden Eagle found, the largest nugget weighing 32,177 kg.|
|1973||reopened as a tourist attraction.|
|1992||forced to close.|
This tourist mine is not operational any more. Many people may have visited this mine during twenty years of operation as a tourist mine. But its proximity to the Super Pit made it necessary to close the mine. The huge opencast mine continues to grow and this historic mine was in the way. Instead Hannan's North Tourist Mine is now open for tourists.
When the mine was still open, the visitors were taken down in a lift cage to a depth of 60m. Beneath the ore bearing rock, the power station and the original machinery were the main sights.