Mt Dimer Project
Mt Dimer is a historical mining centre that produced over 125koz of gold, including 600,000t mined from open pits and underground at 6.4g/t.
Mt Dimer is an advanced exploration project with defined mineralisation to be extended and a pipeline of projects to test.
History and Historical Production
The Mount Dimer Project was discovered by WMC between 1987 and 1989. It was mined by Tectonic Resources between 1994 and 1997.
Mt Dimer is a historical mining centre having produced over 125koz of gold and including 600,000t mined from six open pits and one underground at 6.4g/t. Mt Dimer was last mined commercially in 1997 when gold price was <US$300, <AU$500.
Location and Access
Mount Dimer Gold Project is located approximately 120 km northeast of the Southern Cross townsite in the Shire of Yilgarn, Western Australia.
The project can be accessed from Perth by the Great Eastern Highway to the Mt Walton Rd, between Southern Cross and Coolgardie and then by local roads. In addition to road access, Mt Dimer has an operational airstrip.
The Mount Dimer Project is in the southern area of the Marda-Diemals Greenstone Belt within the Southern Cross Domain of the Yilgarn Craton.
Gold mineralisation at Mount Dimer is orogenic in nature and occurs primarily as Archean quartz lode structures with associated lateritic and supergene mineralisation developed in the regolith.
Advanced prospects at Mt Dimer include the Golden Slipper deposit and the unmined Lightning deposit. Both deposits demonstrate the high-grade nature of Mt Dimer mineralisation.