Throughout the life of the mine, areas disturbed will be progressively reshaped to create a landform comprising ridges, hills and valleys which is similar to that currently present; the subsoil and topsoil will be replaced and the area revegetated to a mixture of open woodland and pasture which will enable its use once again for grazing and/or passive nature conservation. Native vegetation corridors will also be established to provide linkages between existing areas of remnant vegetation in the Mograni Range and along Waukivory and Oaky Creeks. Reintroduction of grazing will not wait until the end of the mine’s life but commence once the post-mining vegetation has established sufficiently that grazing can be undertaken in a sustainable manner. Temporary rehabilitation of areas that will be re-disturbed will also be undertaken.