Wiluna is a very large mineralized gold system with an endowment of approximately 10 million ounces, located in Western Australia, approximately 750km northeast of Perth. Wiluna Mining has consolidated the concessions around Wiluna, at the northern tip of the Yilgarn Craton, into one giant tenement package covering over 1,600 square kilometres. The Yilgarn Craton has a historic and current gold endowment of over 380 Moz, making it one of the most prolific gold regions in the world.
The Wiluna Mining Operation has produced over 4Moz of gold and has a JORC 2012 resource of 78Mt @ 2.19g/t for 5.5Moz of gold.
The Wiluna Mining Operation comprises 20 open pits and 3 underground mines.
All existing mines are within 20 kilometres of the Wiluna processing facility and all ore is currently treated at Wiluna’s Gold Plant.
In addition to the mining centres, the Company has identified more than 70 high-potential exploration prospects within its substantial land package.
Wiluna Mining is a single location gold producer located at the northern end of Australia’s largest gold mining system, the Yilgarn Craton.
The Wiluna Gold Operation has produced over 4Moz of gold and has a JORC 2012 resources of 78Mt @ 2.19g/t for 5.5Moz of gold.
The Company is executing an expansion strategy to create a gold concentrate. Wiluna is one of the largest gold districts under single ownership in Australia.
Large scale gold systems – Wiluna (including Regent), Matilda and Lake Way. The scale of the Wiluna system – with its growing 10Moz endowment – rivals the scale of billion dollar orebodies.
Substantial infrastructure and existing development – 2.1Mtpa CIL plant, 750ktpa flotation plant, extensive underground development including five declines, new tailings dam, 300-man campsite, a gas lateral, power station, landing strip.
Vast greenfields discovery potential with 1,600 km2 of land in one of the most prolific gold regions in the world; multiple million-ounce mines nearby.
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