Black Billy Head Mine

The coal mine under Black Billy Head probably operated in the early 1900s.

Fill behind a stone retaining wall provided a level working area outside the adits. Coal was tipped into a chute to roll down the hill to the roadway where it could be loaded for transport.

Coal was brought from the adits via skips to a tipping platform. Skips would be placed on the platform, locked in place & emptied into the chute.

The roadway, the retaining wall, the tipping platform & a hinge, a water tank as well as much of the chute can still be seen at the mine site.

Gangerang (Dunphy)
Jenolan 8930-3N

449 605

850 metres

Mining Relics

Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)



Last Updated: 04-01-2019