Redbank is located in the Gulf region of the Northern Territory (NT) approximately 30km west of the Queensland / NT border and 70km inland from the Gulf of Carpentaria. It consists of a number of shallow oxide copper deposits, with a majority of the mining activity being undertaken at the Sandy Flat
Mine site. Hanrahan’s Creek and the Savannah Way run along the north western boundary of the site.
The Redbank copper deposits have been worked intermittently since their discovery in the early 20th century. Sandy Flat pit, the main disturbance, was mined briefly in the mid-1990’s.
Where to find out about the mining history of the Redbank Mine.
- Traditional owners
Information about the Indigenous heritage and ownership of land around the Redbank Mine site of the Garawa tribe.
- Photo gallery
Images of the Redbank Mine.
- Site Plans
Maps of the Redbank Mine site.
Contact the Director of Mining Remediation.