For miners that tagged off too early
Honouring those in the Australian mining industry who have passed too early. Although they may be gone, they will not be forgotten.
A true gentleman, definitely one of a kind. Was taken way to soon. He was always a hard worker and would do anything to help out and make everyone happy around him. He is deeply missed by myself and h...
Biggest smile, biggest heart. Nige truly gave time to everyone he met. He loved his job as a Trainer/Assessor at Yandi and had an even bigger love of his family. He will always be remembered and love...
Airleg miner / Foreman
Drewy was a great man who lived for Mining, Fishing and most of all his family. Loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Tagged off unexpectedly aged 49. RIP uncle
Parky was a gun Airleg miner, Rock drill champion, Jnr Motocross champion and also great guitarist who played in bands. Everyone who knew Parky would tell you he was a great bloke full of life who lov...
Loyal till the end, you will never be forgotten, great times, good laughs, RIP
Bradley Miller, aka "Twitch" started his Underground career on the Shotcrete crew at Wallaby mine approximately 2004 and finished his career too soon as a Jumbo Op in 2013. He was a larger then life ...
PAYING TRIBUTE TO PAST AUSTRALIAN MINING LEGENDS
Through a celebration of life, we can keep the memories going and the legends alive.
Support the Australian Mining community
As a community, we can be brought together through shared memories, photos, legendary stories and tokens of appreciation of those who have passed. If you have lost a mining mate or family member who worked in the mining industry, we encourage you to create a Tagged Off tribute in their honour! It’s free and easy to do.
Tagged Off T-Shirt
Remembering all the passed Mining Legends.
100% of the proceeds are going to the Miners’ Promise Charity.