The Broken Hill Domain, located on the southeastern margin of the Curnamona Province in Australia, is a volcano-sedimentary rift–fill sequence which has endured granulite facies metamorphism, several periods of deformation and syn-sedimentary, through post-structural igneous emplacement. As compensation for its travails, it has been gifted with the world-class Pb–Zn–Ag deposits at Broken Hill. The question is, of course, what else?
The answer to this question is complicated by the regions high-grade metamorphism and structural histories, which mask and dislocate stratigraphy, alteration and mineralisation throughout the block. Although dominated by the Pb–Zn–Ag lodes at Broken Hill, the block is peppered with a further 3600 mineral occurrences.