The Office of the Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner is committed to listen, inform and engage about mine rehabilitation matters. We are conducting engagement activities across community, industry, academics, government, research organisations, environmental and scientific groups and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Mine rehabilitation community
Join the Queensland mine rehabilitation community to connect with us and be kept up to date with our latest publications, provide feedback on mine rehabilitation matters and stay informed of best practice mine rehabilitation activities and research across Queensland.
We understand the value and importance of partnering with organisations to support best practice mine rehabilitation.
The rehabilitation challenges facing the mining industry need a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to ensure the best social, economic, environmental, and scientific outcomes are achieved.
We are very pleased to partner with the below organisations:
- Cooperative Research Centre for Transformations in Mining Economies (CRC TiME)
- The University of Queensland Sustainable Minerals Institute.