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The council-owned Kiwi Point Quarry has been operated by Holcim New Zealand in the Ngauranga Gorge since 2009.

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Expansion plans greenlit for mountain side quarry

The Wellington City Council has approved plans to expand Kiwi Point Quarry, 10km north of the New Zealand capital. Read more »
The Wiradjuri Traditional Owners at the formal gazettal of the Bomen Axe Quarry in 2011.

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Council seeks feedback on land bordering Indigenous quarry

Wagga Wagga Council is currently undertaking community consultation on proposed plans to develop an area of council-owned land adjacent to the Bomen Axe Quarry. Read more »
An aerial survey of the proposed Karuah South Quarry. Image courtesy of the Port Stephens Examiner.

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Council seeks community input for new site

The New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment is seeking community feedback on a proposed new quarry in Karuah in the Hunter region. Read more »
The proposed Marulan site will transport product via Winfarthing Road and the Hume Highway to the Sydney and regional cement markets.

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New site proposed for the Marulan region

A preliminary environmental assessment has been lodged with the New South Wales Government to develop a quarry in Marulan in the Southern Tablelands. Read more »
Before: Batesford Quarry, as it is today. The site will be allowed to fill with water as part of a rehabilitation plan between Adelaide Brighton, the state government and the McCann family. Image courtesy of The Geelong Advertiser.

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Site to be transformed into a freshwater lake

The century-old Batesford Quarry, near Geelong, Victoria, will be allowed to fill with water to create a large freshwater lake. Read more »
After 28 months, Sunshine Coast Council has refused Barro Group’s planning application to expand operations at Burrum Quarry.

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Producer to appeal ‘disappointing’ decision

Barro Group has appealed the Sunshine Coast Council’s decision to refuse a planning application to expand its operations at Burrum Quarry, 60km north of Brisbane. Read more »
In the recent budget, the Morrison Government pledged to spend $100 billion on road and rail infrastructure in the next decade.

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Infrastructure, training big winners in budget

With Australia in election campaign overdrive, the Federal Government has pledged to build more infrastructure and overhaul vocational training as part of its plan to strengthen the Australian economy. Read more »
Tamworth Regional Council was unaware of the licence threshold at its Spains Lane Quarry and has since applied for an Environment Protection Licence.

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Council fined for breaching licence threshold

Tamworth Regional Council has been fined $15,000 by the NSW Environment Protection Authority for allegedly operating without a licence at its Spains Lane Quarry. Read more »
The Rivershore Resort’s ‘glamping’ tent on the Sunshine Coast.

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Plans to transform former site into holiday park

A former sand quarry on the Sunshine Coast is set to become a family ‘glamping’, camping and caravan tourist park. Read more »
Oberon Earthmoving’s Middle Creek Quarries site will produce 150,000 tpa of quarry products and another 100,000 tpa of organic and soil processing.

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Expanded Middle Creek site commences operation

After years of planning and consultation, Oberon Earthmoving’s expanded Middle Creek Quarries site in Oberon, New South Wales, is ready to ramp up production. Read more »
An aerial shot of the Bell Quarry at Clarence, New South Wales.

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Community concerns over quarry rehabilitation

A Development Application has been lodged with Lithgow City Council for the rehabilitation of the Bell Quarry at Clarence, New South Wales. Read more »
The Goanna Road Quarry pre-expansion and (inset) surrounding quarries. Source: The Examiner.

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Tasmanian operation seeks to raise production

The Scottsdale Quarry in northeast Tasmania is applying to increase its annual production. Read more »
One of three light vehicles damaged by flyrock at Albury Quarry.

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Flyrock incident in NSW quarry

Flyrock in a site 10km northeast of Albury, New South Wales, has damaged three light vehicles and endangered seven people in the exclusion zone. Read more »
An aerial view of Bass Point Quarry. Source: Illawarra Mercury.

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Early morning truck movements approved

Bass Point Quarry, on the New South Wales south coast, has had the terms of its consent altered to allow an increase in early morning truck movements. Read more »
Two of Boral’s quarries – including its Dundowran site (pictured) – have this month received EPIQ status for their compliance and environmental programs in the past 12 months. Image courtesy of Google Maps.

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Sites encouraged to nominate for reward scheme

Queensland’s Department of Environment and Science, in partnership with Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia, has launched a reward scheme to recognise quarries that demonstrate good environmental performance. Read more »

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