[Deborah Conservation Area] Deborah and North Deborah
Significance: The area contains the two major sites on the Deborah line of reef which were responsible for the revival of mining on Bendigo in the 1930s.
Significance:The company occupying this site was the leading gold producer of the Deborah line of reef during the 1930's mining revival period. The site is reserved for mining, contains the only brick mine Chimney still standing, it is readily accessible, is visible from the Deborah site, Chum Hill and various other places around central Bendigo, and has views both to Chum Hill and the Deborah site.
North Deborah Quartz Gold Mine - Physical Description 2
Artefacts: Steel poppet head with tubular legs 35 feet apart and associated with two concrete structures. 20 metres south of the shaft there are three parallel concrete winding engine/air compressor beds. Nearby is a 30 foot high circular brick Chimney with two largely buried arched brick-lined flues. The associated boiler settings appear to be covered with brick rubble.