As our operations develop and expand, we understand that the communities in which we operate are impacted. We endeavour to positively contribute to the social and cultural well-being of the local community and are confident in our ability to conduct our business in a manner that is respectful of our Stakeholders and value adding to the local community.


Bardoc is committed to managing public relations communication, consultation and engagement with key stakeholders and interested parties.

Key stakeholders have been identified and mapped to determine the influence and interest in Bardoc’s activities.

Bardoc’s stakeholder engagement process will provide a measurable and positive impact to stakeholders on social, economic and environmental aspects. We recognise the impacts and opportunities of our business and we are confident we have the capabilities to provide strong social performance.

As our project develops, we will provide training and support to our workforce to develop an understanding and awareness of Bardoc’s stakeholder engagement framework.


Bardoc Gold Limited acknowledges and recognises that traditional owners of the lands in which we operate and their link to culture and heritage. We pay respect to their culture and traditions, and to their Elders, past, present and emerging and to their continuing cultural and spiritual connections to their lands.

We are committed to establishing and maintaining positive, long term relationships with Indigenous People in the areas in which we operate to create positive economic and social outcomes.

We will look to engage Indigenous people through a range of opportunities including employment, business development, cultural awareness and heritage protection.

We will provide all employees with opportunities to participate in activities that increase awareness and understanding of Indigenous culture and traditional knowledge.