Does cue still exist?

We are still the largest local manufacturer of fashion in Australia, which we’re very proud of. Cue is available online and has stores throughout Australia and New Zealand. Cue is also available in select Myer and David Jones stores.

Who is cue owned by?

Cue was opened in 1968 and is still wholly owned by the founding family. Designs seen in Cue stores are ones that originate from Cue’s head office in Surry Hills, Sydney, and most clothing is made in Australia.

Is cue made in Australia?

The majority of Cue’s products are proudly made in Australia and accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia.

Are Cue and Veronika Maine the same?

Veronika Maine is a division of the Cue Clothing Co.

What is there to see in cue?


  • Aboriginal Art – Walga Rock. Cue Lookout. Fossicking.
  • Heritage Trail. Historical Photograph Collection. Lake Nallan.
  • Milly Soak. Old Cemetery.

Is Cue ethical?

Cue has been accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia for over 10 years and recently became a member of the Australian Fashion Council.

Where are Veronika Maine clothes made?


The majority of Veronika Maine’s products are proudly made in Australia and accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia.

Is Cue WA Safe?

Renowned as being a clean, safe and quiet town, Cue is proudly Western Australia’s 2006 tidiest town and winner of the 2007 National Litter Prevention Award.

What is Meekatharra known for?

Meekatharra is the site of a Royal Flying Doctor Service base and the first regular School of the Air (public education by radio for outback children). The town is also a base for mining in the region.

Is Veronika Maine an Australian brand?

The majority of Veronika Maine’s products are proudly made in Australia and accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia.

What is CUE famous?

It is known as “Queen of the Murchison” because of the gold production in the area and it is a great starting point to explore the Murchison and Goldfields regions. Cue is often the first overnight stop for campers and caravaners starting their outback adventure.

What is there to do in Cue WA?

What do they mine in Meekatharra?

Isolated and historic Western Australian gold mining town. Meekatharra is a gold town in the East Murchison area which, since the 1890s when gold was first discovered, has developed into an important service centre for the pastoral and mining interests in the area.

Where can I find gold in Meekatharra?

Major Mines & Projects | Meekatharra Gold Operations (MGO) Meekatharra Gold Operations (MGO) include the historic gold mining centres of Meekatharra North, Paddy’s Flat, Yaloginda, Nannine and Reedy’s.

Is there gold in Cue?

Gold has been plucked from the ground around Cue since the early 1890s when the first prospectors came. Violet Muir is going strong at 92, still prospecting for gold.

What is there to see in Cue?

Why is it called Mt Magnet?

Mount Magnet is an old Western Australian gold rush town. The name was chosen during exploration of the region due to an isolated hill 5 km north west of the town current townsite. This hill has an extremely high iron content and affected the compasses of explorers.

What is Meekatharra famous for?

Where is the easiest place to find gold Australia?

The Best Places to Hunt for Gold in Australia

  • Golden Triangle in Victoria.
  • The goldfields of Western Australia.
  • Fields in New South Wales.
  • Fields in Queensland.
  • Fields in Northern Territory.

Is Big Bell mine still operating?

The mine was owned and operated by Harmony Gold at the time of its closure in June 2003, having produced 2.6 million ounces of gold during its lifetime, but was sold to Aragon Resources Limited in January 2010.

Big Bell Gold Mine.

Production 82,086 troy ounces
Financial year 2020–21
Opened 1980s

What is mined in cue?

The geology is dominated by a hybridised tonalite body known locally as the Cue Granite which has intruded the local greenstone sequence. Gold mineralisation generally occurs within quartz veins and lodes hosted within the granite at faulted granitoid contacts with sheared greenstone enclaves.

What do they mine at Mt Magnet?

gold mines
The Hill 50 mine, the largest of all the gold mines in the Mt Magnet district, began operations in 1934. Unlike most other gold mines it survived the Second World War. The mine continued operating during the war and in 1948 diamond drilling delineated the main high-grade shoot at depth.

Is there gold at Mount Magnet?

The Mount Magnet (Mt Magnet) gold project is located in Western Australia and includes multiple underground and open-pit mines. Discovered in 1891, the Mt Magnet project has historical production of six million ounces (Moz) of gold.

What are the signs of gold in the ground?

Lighter Colored Rocks: If you notice out-of-place colors in a group of rock formations, it can be a gold indicator. Acidic mineral solutions in gold areas can bleach the rocks to a lighter color. Presence of Quartz: Quartz is a common indicator that gold MAY be nearby.

Can I keep gold I find in Australia?

Your finds
Minerals are the property of the Crown. If you discover gold or other minerals or gemstones on land not covered by a mining tenement, and the ground is Crown land (under the Mining Act 1978), then you are free to keep what you have found (as long as you hold a Miner’s Right).