Over the course of 20 plus years, I have collected minerals & crystals from all over the world with a focus on Australian specimens. Aussie Mineral Hub was created to share the collection with you and build a community around learning what this fascinating earth has to offer.
Heulandite is one of the more common zeolite minerals. It has a very distinctive coffin-shaped crystals. This specimen was unearthed in Tambar Springs which is a small town in the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia.
A great miniature example of a Broken Hill NSW Rhodonite crystal in association with many smaller crystals in shiny Silver bearing Galena. These are found in the sulfide zone of the Broken Hill silver-lead mines.
Wishing Well Pocket – Citrine Capped Smoky Quartz
Early November 2016 was an exceptional week fossicking at Torrington NSW for brothers Jai and Chris Keevers and the assistance of Adrian Miller finding the ‘Wishing Well’ pocket which was full of Citrine Capped Smoky Quartz.
This fantastic specimen features a stem of dark smoky (morion) Quartz that is topped by a scepter crystal of natural golden Citrine from Bismuth Dam in Torrington, NSW from the famous 'Moonlight Pocket' which was discovered in 2012.
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