Black-throated Finch Management Plan
As part of the environmental approval conditions for the Carmichael Mine, Bravus has developed a targeted Management Plan to protect the population of local finches and their habitat.
The Carmichael Mine
The Carmichael Mine is a thermal coal mine under construction in Queensland’s North Galilee Basin, approximately 160 kilometres northwest of the town of Clermont. The mine will produce 10 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of high quality coal that will be used to generate affordable and reliable electricity for communities in India and South-East Asia.
The Carmichael Rail Network
The Carmichael Rail Network (CRN) is a 200km narrow gauge railway connecting Queensland’s Galilee Basin to existing rail infrastructure and the North Queensland Export Terminal – Australia’s most northerly coal export port.
Bravus Graduate Program
Bravus is committed to supporting Graduate Engineers to be future leaders of the resources industry, and to developing the regional communities in which our Project operates. Our Graduate Program is open to Engineering graduates up to two years post-graduation.
FAQ about Jobs
The Carmichael Mine and Rail Project is creating thousands of direct and indirect jobs for regional Queenslanders. Got a question about jobs on the Carmichael Project? Our FAQ document may help.
Water management at the Carmichael Mine
Like every other Australian mine, water use is strictly regulated at the Carmichael Mine. The sources of water the mine uses and when, and how much water is used, is all detailed in the conditions and regulations set by the Australian and Queensland Governments.