Gold Road is currently focused on developing the Yamarna Belt and exploring a pipeline of high-quality gold prospects across the region.

The Yamarna Belt is located on the world-class Yilgarn Craton in Western Australia, which currently produces over half of Australia’s gold. The Belt’s cover and remoteness means it’s one of the most historically under-explored greenstone belts in Western Australia.


The South Dorothy Hills Camp Scale Target hosts the 6.2 million ounce Gruyere deposit and the YAM14 discovery, which was made at the same time as Gruyere but is yet to benefit from the same level of drilling. The two discoveries are 9 kilometres apart and exhibit two different styles of mineralisation not seen previously in the Yamarna Belt, which has lent confidence to Gold Road’s view that the Dorothy Hills Trend has the potential to host more significant gold deposits. Gruyere is poised to become the first gold mine on the Yamarna Belt, while YAM14 could provide an additional source of feed for the Gruyere mill if further drilling is successful. Other areas within the South Dorothy Hills Camp are earmarked for assessment in the near-term, with the prospect of discovering additional resources in close proximity to Gruyere making this work a priority.