School Mine Tours Program
The Dialogue has established a program of school tours for primary and secondary students to highlight the impacts and benefits that arise from mining in the Upper Hunter
Virtual Reality Technology
Our virtual reality experience allows viewers to visit a working mine site without setting foot in a mine while learning about the mining process and rehabilitation techniques
The Dialogue’s regular community forum events provide an opportunity to engage with our key stakeholders and hear feedback on issues of importance in the Upper Hunter
The Dialogue attends community events and open days across the Upper Hunter to share our projects and activities and answer questions from our stakeholders
Join us and have your say on key issues in the Upper Hunter at our upcoming 2022 Community Forum on Wednesday 16 November
The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue values engagement and discussions with our stakeholders at various Upper Hunter community events. This enables the Dialogue to hear directly from those who live and work in our communities and develop strategies to address key emerging concerns.
Supported by our Communications Working Group, the Dialogue has developed and implemented a range of community engagement projects such as our School Mine Tours Program and Virtual Reality Resources, which has enabled us to showcase the Dialogue’s activities to a range of community members and provide them with an opportunity to learn more about the benefits and impacts of mining.
Discover more about these communication and engagement projects and how we engage with the Upper Hunter community.