Bundaberg farmers up in arms over proposed coking coal mine north of Bundaberg

Ben Harden
By Ben Harden
Updated October 12 2021 - 11:39pm, first published October 8 2021 - 3:00am
UP IN ARMS: A group of Bundaberg farmers gift Bundaberg MP Tom Smith with a basket of locally grown produce which they argue would be affected if a proposed coking coal mine would go ahead, north of Bundaberg. Photo: Supplied.

Bundaberg farmers have rallied against a proposed coking coal mine, which they believe would threaten one of Queensland's largest food bowls.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Queensland Country Life Journalist

Based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Contact: 0437528907

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