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Stannum

Stannum is a small tin mining village on the Northern Tablelands, in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia.

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  • Area:74.489 km2
  • Elevation:1042 m
  • Population:54
  • Local Government Area:Tenterfield Shire Council

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Stannum is a small tin mining village on the Northern Tablelands, in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia. The region is in Tenterfield Shire. It is 14kilometresnorth north-west of Deepwater and south-west of Tenterfield and 48 kilometres from Glen Innes. It is situated on a plateau known as the Mole Tableland in close proximity to the Queensland border on the Northern Tablelands. Another tin mining village, Torrington lies 13 kilometres to the west. The region covers an area of approximately 60,597 hectares or around 606 square kilometres (km2) (149,737 acres). # History Stannum was formerly known as Nine Mile. Nine Mile Post Office opened on 1 May 1890, was renamed Stannum in 1905 and closed in 1983. # Weather # Things to do

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