Since we started with our formal community programs in 2002, we have invested $6.35 million into the Gladstone community on a wide range of projects.

This funding has also helped community organisations secure additional grants and contributions in excess of $10 million.

In 2019, our three aluminum operating sites spent more than a half a billion dollars ($531M) with local suppliers, we employed more than 2,600 Gladstone residents full time and engaged more than 1,100 contractors, we employed 95 local apprentices and trainees and we spent more than $700,000 on community investment programs and sponsorships.

Queensland Alumina Limited

One of the largest alumina refineries in Australia, commencing production in 1967.

Boyne Smelters Limited

Operating since 1982 and Australia’s second largest aluminium smelter.

Rio Tinto Yarwun

Youngest in our fleet, Yarwun has been operating since 2004.

Our $1.25 million commitment to the Royal Flying Doctor service (Queensland) will improve emergency and remotely delivered health care services across regional Queensland

Our contribution to Gladstone

Together, we make a $2 billion economic contribution to Gladstone each year.

* 2020 figures.

In community investment
Employees and contractors employed
On local goods and services
Community organisations supported
Apprentices and trainees hired

Our Board