New Hope Corporation

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New Hope Corporation (or New Hope Coal Australia) has interests in coal mining, port operations and resource based activities in Queensland.

They own the New Acland Coal mine in Queensland. [1]

On its website the company states that it "holds various exploration tenements in central Queensland and on the Darling Downs in southern Queensland. New Hope’s investments include a 100 per cent shareholding in Queensland Bulk Handling, a common user coal export terminal at the Port of Brisbane, and significant land holdings around Ipswich and near its mining operations at Acland.[1]


New Hope Coal Australia is a member of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), a peak body for the mining industry in Queensland.[2] The company is not a member of the Minerals Council of Australia, QRC's national counterpart.[3]

Senior Management



Contact Details

17 Lowry Street
Ipswich Queensland 4305.
Ipswich Queensland 4305 Australia
Ph: +61 7 3810 0500
Fax: +61 7 3810 0555

Articles and Resources


  1. "Profile", New Hope Coal Corporation, accessed March 2008.
  2. "Full members", Queensland Resources Council, accessed March 2008.
  3. "Member Companies", accessed March 2008.
  4. "Management", accessed March 2008.

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