In Conversation with Australian Minister for Resources, The Honorable Madeleine King MP

Hosted by AustCham Hong Kong and Asia Mining Club

In Conversation with Australian Minister for Resources, The Honorable Madeleine King MP

Hosted by AustCham Hong Kong and Asia Mining Club

Australia’s economy is largely built on its’ natural resources, with mining being Australia’s single largest industry contributing over 70% of the nation’s global exports. The sector has remained relatively stable and profitable, even amid the uncertainty of the pandemic. Australia’s natural resources, and mining, will play a pivotal role in the future prosperity of all Australians, Australia’s engagement with the world and the global movement on climate change and de-carbonisation.

The Australian mining sector is one of those most open to foreign investment, remains a cornerstone of Australia’s high levels of employment, and a major beneficiary of research activity and technological innovations that help advance its development.

As one of the world’s leading producers of critical minerals and metals, Australia’s mining sector is adapting to sustainability challenges, while also standing on the brink of unprecedented opportunities from a low-carbon future. To achieve this, not only is new investment required, but new technology and innovations are needed, as well as enhancements to workplace productivity.

Against this backdrop, AustCham Hong Kong and Asia Mining Club welcome the opportunity to hear from Australia’s Minister for Resources, The Hon Madeleine King MP. Minister King will share her views on:

• the critical role of mining in Australia’s economy
• the opportunities for Australia to fuel the global clean energy transition
• the challenges facing the industry in Australia and internationally
• the Australian government’s roadmap for supporting the mining sector

Following her address, Minister King will participate in a Q&A. Please note Minister King will join the event by video link. 

The event includes a two-course western lunch, beverages (beer, wine, soft drinks), as well as pre-and-post lunch networking.

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This event is jointly bought to you by AustCham Hong Kong and The Asia Mining Club. Members of AustCham and AMC, and Non-Members are cordially invited to attend.

Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.


Thu, April 20, 2023


11:30 AM - 02:30 PM



Oasis Room - Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel


Member: $920.00

Non-Member: $1,200.00

Mates Table: $9,200.00


The Honourable Madeleine King MP
Australian Minister for Resources |

The Hon. Madeleine King was sworn in as Minister for Resources and Minister for Northern Australia on 1 June 2022 following election of the Albanese Government.

Madeleine was elected to Federal Parliament in July 2016 as the Member for Brand in Western Australia, she was re-elected in May 2019 and May 2022.

Madeleine previously held the positions of Shadow Minister for Trade, Shadow Minister for Resources, Shadow Minister for Consumer Affairs, Shadow Minister Assisting for Small Business and Shadow Minister Assisting for Resources.

She worked as a solicitor in private practice before moving into the higher education sector as a lawyer and then as Chief of Staff at The University of Western Australia.

Before entering the Parliament, Madeleine was the founding executive and Chief Operating Officer of the Perth USAsia Centre between 2012 and 2016.

In her leadership of the Perth USAsia Centre, she helped to bring a unique Western Australian perspective to international discussion on Australia’s role in the emerging Indo-Pacific region.

Madeleine has strong personal links with her seat of Brand, which includes the major centres of Rockingham and Kwinana, having grown up in the area and attended local public schools.

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