Manage your licence
In response to coronavirus (COVID-19), the Earth Resources Regulation office at 1 Spring Street will be closed to the public until further notice. We encourage you to submit any applications or variations online via the RRAM portal.
We are experiencing a high volume of applications and enquiries. This may result in longer than usual processing times. We appreciate your patience as our team implements changes to manage the demand and improve processing times.
Please help us to manage the workload by avoiding phoning the team directly and where possible, direct any enquiries via email.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) relief - variations to mineral licence conditions
You can submit and manage most licence or work authority applications online using our Resource Rights Allocation and Management (RRAM) portal.
RRAM allows you to manage your licence applications, renewals and fee payments online. You can submit a work plan or report, and check the progress of an application.
Before using RRAM for the first time, you will need to create an account.
If you are unsure of your RRAM login details, contact RRAM support.
A retention licence is suitable where a mineral resource is identified but the resource is not yet commercially viable to mine but may become so in the future. Or the resource is required to support an existing mining operation in the future.
Oil and gas permits are only offered through a State Government Tender process.
Geothermal exploration permits are only offered through a State Government Tender process.
Our online portal RRAM uses a number of terms that are specific to the earth resources industry and to the administration of earth resources in Victoria. View a list of terms that commonly appear in RRAM.
Get in touch via email if you have any questions about RRAM.
For technical RRAM support, including account enquiries, contact RRAM Support.
If you are unable to access RRAM, forms are available to apply for new permits and make changes to current permits.
Page last updated: 26 Jan 2021