Department of State Development
|The Mineral Resources Division is committed to developing the state's resource wealth to benefit South Australians. The Division drives forward growth and sustainable development of South Australia's minerals and energy assets within a world's best regulatory framework.
The work supports the vision of growing the mineral sector's reputation as a leading resource investment destination, and encompasses leading-edge regulation, environmental assessment and royalty administration to provide good outcomes for the South Australian economy and community.
Department of State Development Guidelines: landowner rights and access arrangements in relation to mineral exploration and mining in South Australia
Department of State Development LANDOWNER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about mineral exploration in South Australia
Department of State Development Information for farm businesses and the community in South Australia
South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME)
|The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) is the peak industry body representing companies with interests in the South Australian minerals, energy, extractive, and oil & gas sectors, including those who provide services to these companies.|
The SACOME Code of Practice for Community and Stakeholder Engagement was developed in partnership with the Department for State Development and Community Engagement Group Australia, based upon universally recognised documents from organisations such as the Minerals Council of Australia and the International Association for Public Participation.
SACOME Code of Practice for Community and Stakeholder Engagement
SACOME Code of Conduct for Mineral & Energy Explorers