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Maddingley Brown Coal

The Maddingley open cut mine began supplying steaming coal to paper mills and other industrial customers in 1946. Coal sales ceased due the availability of cheap, natural gas and the closure of the CSR hardboard mill in 1998. The Calleja Group bought Maddingley in 1990 and now focuses towards alternate coal uses, such as supplying agricultural customers with organic fertilisers, soil conditioners and top soils.

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East Maddingley RoadBacchus Marsh VIC 3340
Phone: 03 5367 3211
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