The Lisle-Golconda goldfield is situated approximately 30 km northeast of Launceston in north eastern Tasmania.
The Lisle-Golconda goldfield contains a number of different styles of gold mineralization. The majority of gold production came from alluvial workings in the Lisle valley. No obvious hard rock source for this alluvial gold has been found
The goldfield was tile site of considerable mining activity in the latter half of tile 19th century, and contains a variety of different styles of gold mineralisation. A number of historical gold mining areas occur within the boundaries of the region here referred to as the Lisle-Golconda goldfield. These include the Lisle, Cradle Creek, Lone Star, Golconda, Panama, Denison and Lebrina goldfields.
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