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Email: SLAMlodgement@resources.qld.gov.auPhone: (07) 4447 9179
Visit us at www.qld.gov.au to access forms, guidelines and general information on freehold title, land transfers, land trusts and leasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.
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Phone: 13 QGOV (13 74 68)Email: IndigenousLand@resources.qld.gov.au
William McCormack PlaceLevel 5, 5b Sheridan StreetCairns QLD 4870
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Visit us at www.business.qld.gov.au to find out about native title obligations for mining and resources.
The Queensland Government's Native Title Services is the first point of contact to advise you on land that may be subject to native title and inquiries about the native title process for mining and petroleum authorities.
Email: email@example.comPhone: (07) 4936 0138 PO Box 15216Brisbane QLD 4002
The National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) is an independent body set up under the Native Title Act. The NNTT is not a court and doesn't decide whether native title exists. It makes decisions regarding whether 'future acts' can proceed and mediates negotiations.
For more information, see the NNTT website.
Visit us at www.business.qld.gov.au to access standards, forms, calibration baselines and other surveying information.
For general enquiries about surveying, email Surveying@resources.qld.gov.au.
For GNSS enquiries, email GeodeticSupport@resources.qld.gov.au.
For Titles enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For surveyors to request surveying advice, email SurveyAdvice@resources.qld.gov.au.
To submit Form 6 or PSM maintenance forms not associated with a plan submission, email CadastralAdminDataHelp@resources.qld.gov.au.
To deposit or submit copies of survey plans, email SurveyPlans@resources.qld.gov.au.
For enquiries about surveying legislation and policies, contact:
Surveying ServicesLand and Surveying ServicesGPO Box 2454 Brisbane QLD 4001Email Director of Surveys
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Visit us at www.business.qld.gov.au to access our geoscience resources and publications.
Geological Survey of QueenslandLevel 41 William StreetBRISBANE QLD 4000
Geological Survey of QueenslandDepartment of ResourcesPO Box 15216CITY EAST QLD 4002
Including enquiries about Key Resource Areas in the State Planning Policy July 2014 and requests for extractive industry information such as production data, quarry locations and contact details.
Email: Exploration.DataCentre@resources.qld.gov.au (Zillmere)Phone: +61 7 3096 6810 Fax: +61 7 3096 6817
68 Pineapple StreetZILLMERE QLD 4034
Email: Exploration.DataCentre@resources.qld.gov.au (Mount Isa)
Phone: +61 7 4743 0078Mobile: +61 459 822 434Fax: +61 7 4743 0156
Killara Crescent Kalkadoon Industrial EstateMOUNT ISA QLD 4825PO Box 334MOUNT ISA QLD 4825
Visit qld.gov.au for more information on fossicking in Queensland and to purchase fossicking licences and permits, or contact a Mines Assessment Hub.
For technical support when purchasing a fossicking licence online, please contact:
MyMinesOnline helpdeskPhone: +61 7 3199 8133Email: MyMinesOnline@resources.qld.gov.au
Visit us at www.business.qld.gov.au for more information about applying for a resource authority. You can also lodge and track the progress of most applications online through MyMinesOnline.
For general enquiries contact the relevant assessment hub.
The Mineral Assessment Hub administers mineral mining permits. These include mining leases, mineral development licences, exploration permits and prospecting permits.
Mining claims and mining leases for opal, gemstones, corundum or other precious stones are now administered by the Mineral Assessment Hub.
Level 9, 445 Flinders StreetTownsville QLD 4810
PO Box 1752, Townsville QLD 4810Phone: (07) 4447 9230 Email: MineralHub@resources.qld.gov.au
The Coal Assessment Hub and administers all coal mining permits. These include mining leases, mineral development licences, exploration permits and prospecting permits.
Building E, 25 Yeppoon RoadParkhurst QLD 4702
PO Box 3679, Red Hill QLD 4701Phone: (07) 4936 0169 Fax: (07) 4936 0375Email: CoalHub@resources.qld.gov.au
The Petroleum Assessment Hub administers all petroleum, gas and geothermal authorities.
1 William Street Brisbane QLD 4000
PO Box 15216 City East QLD 4002Phone: 07 3199 8118Email: PetroleumHub@resources.qld.gov.au
Court HouseBuln Buln StreetQuilpie QLD 4480PO Box 29, Quilpie QLD 4480Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
30 Nicholson StreetDalby QLD 4405PO Box 589, Dalby QLD 4405Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
99 Hospital RoadEmerald QLD 4720
PO Box 245, Emerald QLD 4720Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
Court HouseVindex StreetWinton QLD 4735
PO Box 230, Winton QLD 4735Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
13 Isa StreetMount Isa QLD 4825
PO Box 334, Mount Isa QLD 4825Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
Tropical Weeds Research Centre27-43 Natal Downs RoadCharters Towers QLD 4820
PO Box 62, Charters Towers QLD 4820Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
28 Peters StreetMareeba QLD 4880
PO Box 156, Mareeba QLD 4880Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
Court HouseHigh StreetGeorgetown QLD 4871
PO Box 28, Georgetown QLD 4871Contact the relevant Assessment Hub for enquiries
For enquiries on Fossicking in Queensland, please contact a Mines Assessment Hub.
For technical support when purchasing a fossicking licence online, please contact the MyMinesOnline helpdesk on Phone: +61 7 3199 8133 or Email: MyMinesOnline@resources.qld.gov.au
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