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Lodging resources dealings during COVID-19 emergency

Through the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency, the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy remains focused on delivering critical business activities.

Although our public business centres are now closed, we are confident that critical business functions and systems, such as tenure administration and MyMinesOnline (MMOL), can be maintained.

Lodging dealings with MMOL

MMOL remains the easiest and quickest way to apply for a resource authority, lodge a dealing or make a payment.

This critical online system is not affected by the response to COVID-19.

Our ability to accept and process traditional hard copy documents is significantly reduced during this time. We therefore ask that you continue to use MMOL as the primary interface for tenure-related dealings.

By lodging through MMOL, your application will be received immediately and progressed promptly.

Registering and using MMOL

If you haven't yet registered, you can register for MMOL online.

Our resource authority application guides provide detailed steps for lodging and making payments through the MMOL system.

Any document submitted through MMOL can contain an e-signature. However, the document must provide the name of the person signing for identity purposes.

If you have any questions or queries, do not hesitate to contact the relevant Assessment Hub, email or phone us on 137 107.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) business support: 1300 654 687

General enquiries: 13 QGOV (13 74 68)