Log In

Don't have an account? Sign up as a Job Seeker now!

Employer accounts available to Gold Industry Group members only.

Lost Password?

Sign Up

Already have an account? Login

Password will be generated and sent to your email address.

Ramelius Resources Limited

Ramelius Resources Limited Company Page


Ramelius Resources Limited is an ASX200 mid-tier Western Australian gold producer that has been listed on the ASX since 2003 and in continuous production since 2006.

The company-making mine, Wattle Dam, was located approximately 70km south of Kalgoorlie and was at one stage the highest-grade gold mine in Australia. It was operated successfully from 2006 to 2013.

Ramelius currently operates the Mount Magnet, Edna May and Vivien gold mines and associated processing plants around WA. The Company has enjoyed significant success in recent years with increased gold production and the addition of new assets including the Marda, Tampia and Penny gold projects.

Head Office: Level 1, 130 Royal Street, East Perth, Western Australia 6004

Number of Employees: 400

Website: https://www.rameliusresources.com.au/


Edna May Gold Mine

Edna May is an open pit gold operation located within the Westonia Greenstone Belt, in the Southern Cross Province of Western Australia’s Archaean Yilgarn Craton. Annual production since 2011 has ranged from 66,000 ounces to 99,000 ounces.

Mount Magnet Gold Mine

The Mount Magnet gold project is located immediately adjacent to the town of Mount Magnet, 500km north-east of Perth in the Murchison Goldfield of the Western Australian Yilgarn Craton. The Mount Magnet project consists of numerous open pit and underground mines, plus exploration targets situated on established mining and prospecting leases.

Vivien Gold Mine

The Vivien gold deposit is located near the Agnew Gold Mine, 15km west of the town of Leinster in Western Australia. Historical underground production from the Vivien leases between 1902 and 1911 totalled 76,000oz at an average grade of 12.4 g/t Au. The Vivien open pit was mined between 1997 and 1998 and produced 410,000 tonnes at 2.70 g/t Au for 35,600oz.

Marda Gold Mine

The Marda Gold Project is located 130km north of the town of Southern Cross and 400km north-east of Perth. The project consists of a number of shallow unmined gold deposits.

Previous exploration of the deposits has been undertaken by several companies including Chevron (1980’s), Cyprus Gold, Gondwanna Resources and Savage Resources (1990’s).  Southern Cross Goldfields (renamed as Black Oak Minerals 2014) carried out significant infill drilling in 2011 for resource estimation and a feasibility study.

Ramelius acquired the Marda gold project in February 2019. Additional drilling, studies and Mining Approvals were completed swiftly and the project commenced in late 2019.

Ramelius Resources Limited
Ramelius Resources Limited

Current Job Vacancies

Sign up to receive gold job updates and news