Drop-in sessions for Mining Act review


A number of regional ‘drop-in’ sessions are being held across SA throughout October and November as part of the Leading Practice Mining Acts Review.

THE Department of Premier and Cabinet Mining Act Review Team will be hosting a number of regional ‘drop-in’ sessions across SA throughout October and November as part of the Leading Practice Mining Acts Review.


The Review Team will be discussing the recently-released document ‘Benefits for all – Recommendations on new mining laws for SA’ and the way forward for the Mining Act Review.

This comes after discussion with Grain Producers SA and other farming groups, in which GPSA strongly advocated for more consultation with landowners and other stakeholders in regional SA.

GPSA strongly encourages its members and any other interested parties to attend the nearest drop-in session to get an update on the Mining Act Review and the next steps in the process.

Locations, dates and times

Thursday, October 19, between 9:30am and 11:30am: Wudinna Community Club

Thursday, October 19, between 2pm and 4pm: Cummins Hotel

Thursday, October 19, between 7pm and 8:30pm: Port Lincoln Yacht Club

Friday, October 27, between 9:30am and 11:30am: The Ascot, Kadina

Friday, October 27, between 2pm and 4pm: Maitland Information Centre

Monday, October 30, between 4pm and 6pm: Mud Hut Motel, Coober Pedy

Friday, November 3, between 10am and 12pm: 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide

Tuesday, November 7, between 10am and 12pm: Strathalbyn Community Centre

Wednesday, November 8, between 10:30am and 12:30pm: Country Women’s Association, Tanunda

Thursday, November 9, between 10am and 12pm: Keith Institute

Thursday, November 9, between 2pm and 4pm: The Naracoorte Hotel

Thursday, November 9, between 6pm and 7:30pm: RSL Members Lounge, Mount Gambier

Tuesday, November 14, between 11am and 12:30pm: Burra Sporting Complex

Tuesday, November 14, between 4pm and 6pm: Standpipe Golf Motor Inn, Port Augusta

  • Details: DPC's Leading Practice Mining Acts Review website or contact GPSA 1300 734 884.

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