Tomingley Gold Project (gold)
The Tomingley Gold Project covers an area of approximately 440 square km, stretching 60km north-south along the Newell Highway in central-western New South Wales. The prospective belt extends from near the village of Tomingley in the north (about 50km southwest of Dubbo), through Peak Hill and almost to Parkes in the south.
The project incorporates the currently active Tomingley Gold Operations (TGO), founded on the Caloma and Wyoming deposits. The processing plant was commissioned in 2014. Mining activities include open cut mining (since 2014) and underground mining (commenced 2019).
The project also incorporates our Tomingley Gold Extension Project, for which we are seeking State Significant Development (SSD) approval. Our development application is centred on the San Antonio and Roswell (SAR) deposits.
The currently inactive Peak Hill Gold Mine is also part of the Tomingley Gold Project.
Alkane is continuing an extensive exploration program in the Tomingley gold corridor. Our objective is to define additional resources that have the potential to be mined and supplied to the processing centre at TGO.
Key prospects within the Tomingley Gold Project include El Paso (where resource definition drilling is underway), Glen Isla, Myalls United, Smiths, Black Snake, Trewilga and McGregors.
The project encompasses
- Mining Leases: ML 1684
- Exploration Licences: EL5675, 5830, 5942, 6085, 8676, 8794.