The Gruyere Gold Project was discovered by Gold Road in October 2013 on the South Dorothy Hills Trend, 25 kms north east of the Yamarna Belt discovery, Central Bore.
On 7 November 2016, Gold Fields and Gold Road announced a 50:50 joint venture in the development and operation of the Gruyere Gold Project (including the Central Bore, Attila and Alaric deposits, and the YAM14 and Toto Prospects, collectively comprising 144km2) in Western Australia.
The Gruyere discovery is a significant gold deposit and the mineral resource has been defined as 148 million tonnes, grading 1.2 grams per tonne for 6.2 million ounces of contained gold, making it one of the largest underdeveloped gold deposits in Australia.
The Gruyere gold deposit is one of Australia’s most exciting gold discoveries to date. The deposit is twice the size of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, promises an extremely rare 13-year mine life and is shaping up to form a significant part of history in the Western Australia Goldfields region.
Stepping off the chartered plane (around 90-minute flight from Perth), employees can walk straight to their own king-single room at the brand-new camp site. Room amenities include a landline phone (enabling calls to anywhere in Australia), an ensuite bathroom, bar fridge, desk, TV and high-speed Wi-Fi including streaming capabilities.
The features of the camp include a tavern and extensive sporting facilities including a well-equipped gym, basketball court, driving range, mini-golf and an enclosed cricket court, to name a few.
These roles are permanent and offered on an eight-days-on, six-days-off roster and are fly-in/fly-out from Perth. Benefits offered to permanent employees include a private health insurance allowance and quarterly bonuses.
To register your interest and be a part of the exciting future of gold mining in the Gold Fields region, visit the Apply Now page.
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