The body of Cameron Goss has been recovered from the Henty Gold Mine.
The 44-year-old was presumed dead after being trapped in a collapsed section of the mine, outside Queenstown on January 23.
Tasmania Police announced Mr Goss's body had been recovered on Tuesday morning.
"His body was recovered by the mine's Emergency Response Team with the assistance of other mining experts from the West Coast and ERT teams from across the country," a police spokesman said.
"Our thoughts remain with Mr Goss' family, friends and colleagues."
The incident will be investigated and a report will be prepared for the Coroner.
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