Tennant Mining has acquired the majority of all gold bearing tenure and associated infrastructure in the Tennant Creek Region, which historically was Australia’s highest-grade goldfield.
We’re proud to do business in the Northern Territory. We’re excited to innovate, grow and contribute positively in partnership with our NT community and stakeholders.
We’re committed to doing the right thing by our people, community, environment and stakeholders. Who we are, and what we do, matters.
Tennant Mining is a gold and copper focused resource company with an exploration portfolio of tenements that includes the Tennant Creek Goldfield.
We are committed to exploring, discovering and returning the Tennant Creek Goldfield to its historical status as one of Australia’s highest-grade goldfields.
We are also excited about the role we can play to meet the growing demand for copper as the world transitions to low carbon forms of energy.
We are working to develop and ensure our copper assets are positioned to help meet demand projections for the vast quantities of copper required for a greener and more sustainable future.
Tennant Mining has acquired the majority of all gold bearing tenure in the Tennant Creek Region.
Our gold prospects offer the opportunity of a near-term production scenario, driven via a well-planned study program.
Tennant’s suite of gold assets includes Nobles Nob, Juno as well as Mauretania and Chariot, which are part of the Northern and Southern Project Areas respectively (joint ventures with Emmerson Resources [ASX:ERM]).
In the medium-to-longer term, Tennant Mining plans to review its redevelopment opportunities across our high-grade Warrego and TC8 assets.
These tenements have the potential of driving longer term copper exploration growth in the region.
Our experienced Tennant Mining team is committed to realising our comprehensive study program.
Our strategy over the near-to-medium term focuses on delivering against our low-cost exploration and development program, which is anchored by a centralised processing hub that harnesses existing infrastructure and already approved mining licences.
We have an existing gold inventory that is ready to convert to near-term production.
Established infrastructure and existing mining licences provide Tennant Mining not only significant cost benenfits, but an opportunity to streamline a path to production.
Tennant Mining’s Tennant Creek gold and copper assets offer clear advantages including established road networks across project sites, close proximity to the Northern Territory railway network and Tennant Creek township, including its commercial airport.
At Tennant Mining we are dedicated to achieving social, environmental and economic sustainability. Our mantra is exploring, understanding and applying practices that make sustainable sense for all stakeholders and represent responsible environmental management.
We’re excited about achieving practical and sustainable outcomes through technology and innovative solutions.
Tennant Mining is in an exciting position. Technological, geological and mining advances have allowed us a truly fresh perspective across some of the highest-grade historic gold mines in Australia.
Recent drone magnetic surveying by Tennant Mining has resulted in Tennant Mining conducting the most comprehensive geological survey of the Tennant Creek region in the history of the goldfield.
Thanks to the geological surveying advances provided by drone magnetic surveying, we have discovered further significant signatures which should significantly improve the success rate of future drilling programs.
Through recent advances in technology, existing infrastructure and much improved market economics, an opportunity exists to expedite identified accessible inventory to early production and develop a pipeline of new discoveries.
Perth OfficeLevel 2, 9 Havelock St,West Perth, WA, 6005[PO Box 37West Perth, WA, 6872]
Tennant Creek Office36 Standley Street, Tennant Creek, NT, 0860
Darwin OfficeCDC, Level 16, 19 Smith St,Darwin, NT, 0800
Tennant Mining respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Warumungu and Warlmanpa people, of the country on which we work. We recognise and respect their continuing connection to land, culture, and community and pay respect to their elders, past, present, and emerging.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their many language groups which make up the rich diverse cultures. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and ongoing strength and resilience in sustaining the world’s oldest living culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, who carry deep knowledge of this land, and as a team commit to being open to receive this knowledge and incorporate it in the work we do. Our team members come from all around the country and our commitment is that we will support our colleagues from other places to be open to receiving cultural and Indigenous perspectives, from the lands on which they live and operate.