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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2006  
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Mineral Resources Tasmania, Map Showing Locations of Mines and Processing Plants

Tasmania's rich mineral sector is vital to the State's economy, creating employment and wealth for its people and providing for much small business activity.

Mining broadly relates to the extraction of minerals occurring naturally as solids such as coal and ores, liquids such as crude petroleum, or gases such as natural gas. First stage processing of minerals and mineral extracts, while closely related to the mining industry, is included as part of the manufacturing industry.

MINING SUMMARY, Tasmania

Establishments
Net capital
expenditure
Turnover
Wages and
salaries
Employment
at 30 June

Year
no.
$m
$m
$m
persons

1995-96
9
126.2
371.9
70.9
1,206
1996-97
10
49.3
422.0
85.0
1,039
1997-98
11
48.7
423.8
67.0
980
1998-99
9
43.4
478.0
61.2
905
1999-2000
11
34.4
513.9
81.3
1,103

Source: Mining Operations, Australia (Cat. no. 8415.0).


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