Report on mineral titles

Report mineral production

If you hold a mineral lease (ML), extractive mineral permit (EMP) or an extractive mineral lease (EML), you must lodge a production report covering each financial year (July to June).

Currently the department only requires reports on mineral titles authorised under the Mining Management Act 2001 to mine minerals or extractive minerals.

Reports on MLs granted for purposes ancillary to mining are not required.

The report must include the total amounts mined and sold throughout the year by commodity.

What must be reported

The production reports must be in the approved format and include the units of measure.

Read more information on reporting in the following guideline:

Extractive mineral production reports

Extractive mineral producers must report quantities produced, quantities sold and gross sales amounts for crushed rock, dimension stone, gravel, sand and soil.

Use the following form to complete your report:

Mineral production reports

Minerals producers report quantities mined, quantities produced, quantities sold and gross sales amounts for metallic minerals, industrial minerals, gemstones and uranium.

Use the following form to complete your report:

One form is required for each group of titles included in a single authorisation under the Mining Management Act 2001, but the production figures must be reported separately for each title within the group.

When to report

Production reports are due two weeks after the end of the financial year period being reported on.

Read more about when and how to submit your reports.

Information available to the public

Individual production reports are not released to the public. Summaries of the total production and sales amounts for each of the commodity categories are published each year.

The summary is published in the department’s annual report and in the mineral production statistics.

Go to the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade website for the annual reports and mineral production statistics.

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Last updated: 28 September 2020

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