Why invest in Bardoc Gold?
A diversified portfolio of high-quality Australian gold assets – underpinned by a combined Mineral Resource inventory of over 2.6Moz in the North Kalgoorlie region.
Bardoc Gold Limited has embarked on a strategy to build a substantial long-term gold business in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields through a combination of acquisition, exploration and strategic consolidation.
A strong Resource base
Bardoc Gold’s newly-consolidated Bardoc Gold Project hosts a total group Mineral Resource Estimate of 38.6 million tonnes grading 2.1g/t gold for 2,582,000 ounces of contained gold – representing one of the largest consolidated gold Resource inventories in the Eastern Goldfields. Read the full Resource Statement here.
The consolidated Mineral Resource estimate provides a strong foundation for ongoing feasibility and technical studies aimed at establishing the Bardoc Gold Project as a significant new mid-tier gold development project in the North Kalgoorlie district of WA.
In addition, the company has identified significant organic growth potential within the Bardoc Gold Project area, with targeted exploration programs underway.
A high-quality asset portfolio
In addition to the Bardoc Gold Project, Bardoc Gold also owns a portfolio of earlier-stage gold assets. These include the South Woodie Woodie Manganese Project in WA’s Pilbara region, the England Gold Project in the prolific Laverton gold district of Western Australia and the Yoda Gold Project in the Northern Territory.
This extensive and high-quality gold portfolio offers outstanding potential for shareholder growth, with intensive exploration and resource development programs planned across the Company’s key projects.
Bardoc Gold Project
The Bardoc Gold Project is located 30km north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia’s prolific Eastern Goldfields.
The Project includes five main gold deposits – Aphrodite, Excelsior, Zoroastrian, Mulwarrie and Bulletin South – as well as a multitude of smaller deposits. Collectively, these deposits host a total Mineral Resource inventory of 38.6 million tonnes grading 2.1g/t gold for 2.6 million ounces of contained gold. Read the full Resource Statement here.
In addition to this large Resource base, the Bardoc Project also offers excellent exploration potential within the prolific Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt, and at the junction of the Bardoc Tectonic Zone (BTZ) and the Blag Flag Fault (BFF).
These two deep-seated crustal structures host many multi-million-ounce deposits, including the world-renowned Golden Mile in Kalgoorlie.
Bardoc Gold is currently undertaking technical and feasibility studies aimed at establishing the Bardoc Project as a significant new mid-tier gold project.
An experienced Board & Management team with a track-record of exploration and corporate success
Bardoc Gold has an experienced and highly-credentialed Board and senior management team, with a strong track-record in exploration, development and mining. The Company is led by highly experienced Australian mining executives Mr John Young (Managing Director), Mr Neil Biddle (Executive Director) and Mr Rowan Johnston (Executive Director).
Mr Biddle and Mr Young both played an instrumental role in the growth of Australian lithium developer, Pilbara Minerals Limited (ASX: PLS), now a $1.6 billion company, and were closely involved in the discovery and development of Pilbara Minerals’ world-class Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project in Western Australia.
Mr Johnston has led several highly-successful gold companies, most recently as Managing Director of Excelsior Gold, with previous roles with Mutiny Gold and Integra Mining.
Strong growth outlook for gold
The Australian gold sector is experiencing a high level of investor interest and support, underpinned by the strength of the Australian Dollar gold price and the strong outlook for the sector both domestically and internationally.
Gold is one of the world’s most versatile metals, with approximately 45% of gold today used to produce jewellery, 45% used in the form of investments and finance, and the remaining 10% used for technological and industrial applications (of which around 75% is used for the manufacture of electronics).