Booking Information


Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

1 Lower Long Street,
Cape Town, South Africa


3-6 Feb 2020


8:30 AM - 5:00 PM


Mining & Resources

Reference No


Mining Indaba 2020 - Australia Lounge

About the event:

Participation in Mining Indaba is important for Australian METS looking to enter or expand into the African continent.

Africa holds approximately 30 per cent of the world’s known minerals, and has the largest amount of platinum, cobalt, uranium and diamond reserves globally. Africa also has other significant commodities, for example South Africa and Ghana are among the top gold producing countries in the world.

Mining is growing in countries outside of the traditional mining nations, and becoming more advanced and technical as operators look to extend the mine life, control costs, and overcome lower grades.

Participating at the Australia Lounge during Mining Indaba will provide you opportunities to promote your products and services; connect with targeted customers; access sessions such as Meet the Buyer, Investment Battlefield, Junior Mining Showcase, Women in Mining; and receive tailored support from Austrade to help maximise your participation at the event.

Additionally, a number of networking receptions will be organised in the lounge. Space will also be available to host private meetings, and access other branding opportunities.

Who should participate:
  • mining exploration and operation
  • consulting, engineering
  • equipment and technology consulting
  • education and training
Austrade package:

For detailed information about this event and the participation package, please refer to the event brochure.

How to apply:

Apply to participate in this event using the register button below.

Acceptance of your application is not confirmed until you have received formal notification from Austrade. Austrade is not bound to accept any application and shall only do so at its sole discretion so as to best facilitate export and foreign direct investment.

Official website exhibition:

Application deadline:

16 January 2020

Travel details:

Australian travellers should be aware of the increased threat of terrorism globally and should consult the Australian Government’s General Advice to Australian Travellers, which is available at

All Australians travelling overseas, whether for tourism or business or for short or long stays, are encouraged to register with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) before travel. The registration information provided by you will help DFAT to find you in an emergency – whether it is a natural disaster, civil disturbance or a family emergency. It may also be used to pass other information to you, such as: new travel advisories, notice of elections and information on other matters relevant to travellers and expatriates.

Australian citizens can register online at

Please note:

Austrade will only work with clients that maintain appropriate business ethics, and demonstrate a commitment to legal obligations including anti-bribery laws, both in Australia and overseas markets. For further information, please visit

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