CSA Mine is part of the Cobar community and the majority of our workforce live locally or within the Barwon district.

Within the local communities, we are committed to forming long-term partnerships with organisations that focus on education and health, including:

  • ensuring the region’s young people have jobs
  • supporting health facilities to meet local needs.

CSA conducts an annual school-based traineeship program.

Contributing to community health and education is a priority for CSA Mine.

Feedback welcomed

We engage openly, honestly and collaboratively with people in the community.

We are committed to engaging with the community about issues which may impact the community and to ensure we keep people informed about our operations and listen to their needs and concerns.

We work together with local leaders for the benefit of the community.

Community complaints and enquiries

CSA Mine has a 24-hour complaints and enquiries line to enable the community to raise any concerns relating to activities conducted at the site.

If you have any concerns, please contact us on the number below.


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Health and safety

Health and safety

Our first priority is the health and safety our people and the wider communities in which we operate.



We mine responsibly at CSA Mine, seeking at all times to minimise environmental impacts from our operations.