Warrawoona Gold Project

Closed 17 Nov 2019

Opened 11 Nov 2019


The Warrawoona Gold Project, located approximately 20km south of Marble Bar, will abstract ore from an open pit and underground mine at the Klondyke deposit as well as a cutback of the existing Copenhagen pit.  Ore will be processes at around 2Mtpa at Klondyke.  The project will produce gold bar and gold concentrate and is expected to operate for approximately six years. The proposal would include a total disturbance of 398 hectares.

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