We own and operate three underground mines and processing facilities in New South Wales, Australia and have an enviable portfolio of organic growth prospects in the region.
Operations, Projects and Exploration
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The Peak Gold Mine comprises several underground polymetallic mines and an 800ktpa processing plant. Peak is in the northern Cobar Basin in western New South Wales, a short distance from the town of Cobar.
The Hera Mine encompasses a polymetallic underground mining operation, a 455ktpa processing plant, and is located approximately 100km south-east of the town of Cobar in western New South Wales.
The Dargues Mine is a gold mining and milling operation located in the New South Wales southern tablelands approximately 60km south-east of Canberra. The operation comprises an underground mine, processing plant and associated surface facilities.
Great Cobar, part of the Peak complex (7km north of the Peak process plant), will be scheduled to align its production profile to integrate with development of the Federation Project and the planned ramp-down of known ore sources at the Peak Mine.
The Federation Feasibility Study confirmed a high-grade, low capex development project, leveraging our existing strategic infrastructure in the Cobar Basin.