New South Wales

new south wales
a world class mining jurisdiction

Australia is one of the most mining friendly jurisdictions in the world. Despite it’s large size, Australia has excellent local infrastructure and access.

One of the top five gold producing countries (Total Production 2003 - 2017)

Australia also has a well defined and structured political, economic and regulatory base cementing extremely low country risk. 

Significant Metal Endowment

ROO has focused on acquiring properties that remain under explored and sparsely drilled (only 28 historical holes drilled for 2046 m) across regions with significant metal endowment. The presence of numerous small historic mines and high grade showings within the 1380 km² land package provides the opportunity to drill test high reward gold and silver projects and regionally mineralized trends that have not been previously drilled.

Roo Australian Snapshot

the new south wales advantage

Multiple Metallogenic Belts, Prolifically Mineralized and Diversity of Deposit
Type and Yet Relatively Under explored
Prolifically Mineralized

Second largest gold producing state in Australia. Prolifically Mineralized with current
gold endowment exceeding 100 Moz and silver endowment exceeding 1 Boz.

Relatively Unexplored

Previous exploration has focused on the Cadia-McPillamys Camp, North Parks trend, the Conwall-Giginburg trend, and Broken Hill. Large parts of NSW remain relatively unexplored

Multiple Metallogenic Belts

The Lachlan Fold Belt and New England orogen terrane cover approximately 50% of NSW. They encompass multiple metallogenic belts and deposit types including high value orogenic, intrusion related, low sulphidation epithermal and VMS deposit types.

Expansion Potentional

There are a significant number of high value, strategically located licenses, held by Australian Private Companies and many attracted to joint ventures with listed companies.