The result was driven by a $19 million profit on the sale of exploration tenements, including $17.8 million on the sale of the Kumina iron ore project to Mineral Resources.
EBITDA was $16.2 million, with the Iron Valley asset, operated by MinRes, contributing revenue of $54.3 million and EBITDA of $12.3 million.
Due to the strength in iron ore prices, more than half of the year's EBITDA was generated in the June quarter alone.
The company had $33.7 million cash and no debt at June 30.
BCI said the FY19 result left it well-placed to advance its flagship Mardie salt and potash project in Western Australia to a final investment decision by the end of the March quarter of 2020.
The company spent $8.2 million on the project during FY19 as it started a definitive feasibility study.
DFS engineering designs are 30% complete and site activities such as geotechnical drilling and construction of small-scale trial ponds were progressed.
The DFS is looking at an operation to produce 4 million tonnes per annum of salt and 100,000 tonnes per annum of sulphate of potash.
A prefeasibility optimisation study completed earlier this year returned a pre-tax net present value of A$560 million, pre-tax internal rate of return of 20% and annual EBITDA of $155 million.
Shares in BCI dropped 2.6% to 18.5c. The stock hit a 52-week high of 23c on July 31.