Overview

Westgold is a top-10 Australian gold producer with its core operation forming part of a regional gold play in the Central Murchison region of Western Australia.

Western Australia is a low sovereign risk, premier destination for gold production and gold exploration prospectively.

Westgold’s operations encapsulate the vast majority of historic and proved gold mining centres in the Central Murchison region which already has produced more than 10 million ounces of gold.  The gold inventory of Westgold has a total mineral resource (JORC 2012) of more than 9 million ounces (refer to resource and reserves estimates tab for detail) aggregating to give Westgold control over a 20 million oz gold province.

Over the past 4 years Westgold has invested heavily resurrected gold production from seven (7) underground mines and numerous open pits to produce between 250,000 and 300,000oz per annum.  The Company has three process plants spread throughout its tenure with an aggregate capacity of approximately 3.5 million tonnes per annum.

Westgold’s regional play is split into three operational centres which operate mine and cart operations to centralised processing hubs.

The northernmost operating centre is referred to as the Fortnum Gold Operation (FGO)

The central operating centre is referred to as the Meekatharra Gold Operation (MGO)

The southernmost operating centre is referred to as the Cue Gold Operation (CGO)

Northern
Operating Centre

Fortnum Gold Operation (FGO)

Central
Operating Centre

Meekatharra Gold Operation (MGO)

Southern
Operating Centre

Cue Gold Operation (CGO)