|Industry||Mining, mineral extraction|
|Successor||Alcan Gove Pty Ltd (2002)|
Nabalco, (North Australian Bauxite and Alumina Company) was a mining and extraction company set up in 1964 to exploit the mineral reserves (bauxite) of the Gove Peninsula, Australia. It was renamed Alcan Gove Pty Ltd in 2002.
The development was opposed by indigenous people which resulted in the case Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd (Gove land rights case), which resulted in a ruling against intrinsic native land rights in 1971.
- "Nabalco Pty Ltd - Corporate entry", www.eoas.info (Encyclopedia of Australian Science)
- Melanie Wilkinson; R. Marika; Nancy M. Williams (2009), "17. ‘This place already has a name’", in Harold Koch; Luise Hercus, Aboriginal Placenames: Naming and Re-Naming the Australian Landscape, ANU E Press, p. 404
- David Charles Rich, The industrial geography of Australia, Methuen LBC, p. 337, ISBN 0-454-01459-7
- "Alcan Gove. Investing in the Northern Territory", www.alcangove.com (Alcan), archived from the original on 28 September 2007, archive of Alcan Gove company webpage
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