Cache entry for E 15/974

Extracted from MTO on 25-Sep-2020 04:08, last changed 02-Sep-2020.

Tenement Summary

Identifier:E 15/974Type:Exploration Licence
Status:LiveDistrict:COOLGARDIE
Lodged:COOLGARDIEArea:9 BL
Purposes:Term:5 Years (Extended)
Markout:Received:25-Jan-2007 07:30
Commence:28-Jul-2009 Expiry:27-Jul-2021

Holders

Company NameSharesTotal Shares
ST IVES GOLD MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED100100

Applicants on Receival

Company NameSharesTotal Shares
NEW HAMPTON GOLDFIELDS LTD100100

Relationships

Relationship TypeDealingDealing StatusTenementTenement Status
Section 120AAConversion 259272FinalisedM 15/1257Dead
Section 120AAConversion 259272FinalisedM 15/1270Dead
Section 120AAConversion 260798FinalisedM 15/1391Dead
Section 120AAConversion 260799FinalisedM 15/1392Dead
Section 120AAConversion 260800FinalisedM 15/1393Dead
Amalgamation (Same Holder)Amalgamation 469686GrantedP 15/4969Dead
Amalgamation (Different holder)Amalgamation 494263RefusedP 15/4972Dead
Amalgamation (Different holder)Amalgamation 494263RefusedP 15/4973Dead
Amalgamation (Different holder)Amalgamation 494633GrantedP 15/4973Dead
Amalgamation (Different holder)Amalgamation 494633GrantedP 15/4972Dead

Shires

Shire NameShire NumberStartArea
COOLGARDIE SHIRE196025-Jan-2007 9.00000 BL

Conditions

#VerTextStartEnd
11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.28-Jul-2009
21All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.28-Jul-2009
31All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.28-Jul-2009
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.28-Jul-2009
51The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.28-Jul-2009
61The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
28-Jul-2009
71The rights of ingress to and egress from Miscellaneous Licence 15/61, 15/214 and 15/276 being at all times preserved to the licensee and no interference with the purpose or installations connected to the licence.28-Jul-2009
81The prior written consent of the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 being obtained before commencing any exploration activities on Timber Reserve 199, Camping Guides and Boy Scouts 32487 and Water Supply 33752.28-Jul-2009
91No excavation, excepting shafts, approaching closer to the Goldfields Highway, Highway verge or the road reserve than a distance equal to twice the depth of the excavation and mining on the Goldfields Highway or Highway verge being confined to below a depth of 30 metres from the natural surface.28-Jul-2009
101No mining within 25 metres of either side of the Goldfields Pipeline Licence 59 as shown in TENGRAPH.
28-Jul-2009
111No surface excavation approaching closer to the boundary of the Safety Zone established by condition 10 hereof than a distance equal to three times the depth of the excavation without the prior written approval of the State Mining Engineer DMP28-Jul-2009
121No interference with the drainage pattern, and no parking, storage or movement of equipment or vehicles used in the course of mining within the Safety Zone established by Condition 10 hereof without the prior approval of the operators of the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
131The Licensee shall not excavate, drill, install, erect, deposit or permit to be excavated, drilled, installed, erected or deposited within the Safety Zone established in Condition 10 hereof, any pit, well, pavement, foundation, building, or other structure or installation, or material of any nature whatsoever without the prior written consent of the State Mining Engineer DMP28-Jul-2009
141No explosives being used or stored within one hundred and fifty (150) metres of the Pipeline Licence 59  without the prior written consent of the State Mining Engineer DMP.28-Jul-2009
151Mining on the Safety Zone established in Condition 10 hereof being confined to below a depth of 50 metres from the natural surface unless otherwise approved by the State Mining Engineer DMP .28-Jul-2009
161The rights of ingress to and egress from the pipeline easement established in Condition 10 hereof being at all times preserved for employees, contractors and agents of the operators of the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
171Such further conditions as may from time to time be imposed by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 for the purpose of protecting the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
1Consent to mine on Kambalda Nature Reserve Reserve No. 33300 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following conditions.28-Jul-2009
181Prior to accessing the reserve the licensee consulting with and ensuring that, where required by the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), all vehicles, machinery and equipment entering the area are cleaned down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified by the Regional/District Manager, DEC, for the prevention of the spread of soil borne diseases.28-Jul-2009
191Access to and from and the movement of vehicles and personnel being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved by the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
201The Regional/District Manager, DEC, being supplied with an itinerary and program of the locations of operations on the licence area and informed at least seven days in advance of any changes to that itinerary.28-Jul-2009
211Prior to any activity not specified as "environmental disturbance" the licensee preparing a program for each phase of the proposed exploration for approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
221Prior to any environmental disturbance, (as defined by the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Executive Director, Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), the Conservation Commission of WA (CCWA) and the Environmental Protection Authority), the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC and the CCWA. This process may result in additional conditions being imposed together with a requirement to lodge an Unconditional Performance Bond if required. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include the following :
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances. The Regional/District Manager, DEC, specifying the level of vegetation description;
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the reserve;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
28-Jul-2009
231All rehabilitation being to the satisfaction of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
241At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee reporting to the Director, Environment, DMP and the Regional/District Manager, DEC, on the progress of the operation and the rehabilitation program.28-Jul-2009
251Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the reserve, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and the Regional/ District Manager, DEC, and arranging an inspection as required.28-Jul-2009
261The licensee making provision to prevent spillage of fuel and discharge of pollutants generally and for all exploration sites being kept free from any rubbish and being left in a clean and tidy state.28-Jul-2009
271The licensee not establishing any camp, base works or area, fuelling depot or similar establishment on the licence area unless the site and access has received prior approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
281Domestic animals, traps, or firearms not being taken onto the reserve.28-Jul-2009
1In respect to the area of land designated PSF 20 in TENGRAPH, hereinafter referred to as the designated area, the following additional conditions shall apply:28-Jul-2009
291Prior to accessing the licence area, the licensee shall consult with the Environmental Officer, DMP, and ensure that where required all vehicles and equipment entering the designated area are washed down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified for the prevention of the spread of soil- borne diseases.28-Jul-2009
301Prior to any activity involving disturbance to vegetation and soils including:-
  • exploration access; and/or
  • exploration sampling;
the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for written approval of the Director, Environment, DMP.The Director, Environment, DMP to consult with the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation or other government agency (as relevant) prior to approval. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include:-
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances.
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • procedures to protect the integrity of special ecosystems such as wetland systems, mangal communities and rainforests areas (and/or associated rainforest monitoring sites) if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the designated area;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
28-Jul-2009
311Access to and from and the movement of vehicles within the licence area being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved under the program or otherwise agreed by the Environmental Officer, DMP.28-Jul-2009
321At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DMP outlining the progress of the operation and rehabilitation program and the proposed operations and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months.28-Jul-2009
331Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the designated area, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and arranging an inspection as required.28-Jul-2009
1Consent to mine on Camping Boy Scouts & Guides Reserve 32487 granted subject to the following conditions:28-Jul-2014
341Any mining on the reserve being confined to below a depth of 33 metres from the natural surface.28-Jul-2014
351No interference with fencing on the reserve and firebreaks to be implmented for the protection of the boundary fence.28-Jul-2014
361No mining material being deposited on the reserve.28-Jul-2014
371No intereference with Scouting and Guiding activities.28-Jul-2014

Endorsements

Cond #VerTextStartEnd
11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.28-Jul-2009
21All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.28-Jul-2009
31All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.28-Jul-2009
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.28-Jul-2009
51The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.28-Jul-2009
61The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
28-Jul-2009
71The rights of ingress to and egress from Miscellaneous Licence 15/61, 15/214 and 15/276 being at all times preserved to the licensee and no interference with the purpose or installations connected to the licence.28-Jul-2009
81The prior written consent of the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 being obtained before commencing any exploration activities on Timber Reserve 199, Camping Guides and Boy Scouts 32487 and Water Supply 33752.28-Jul-2009
91No excavation, excepting shafts, approaching closer to the Goldfields Highway, Highway verge or the road reserve than a distance equal to twice the depth of the excavation and mining on the Goldfields Highway or Highway verge being confined to below a depth of 30 metres from the natural surface.28-Jul-2009
101No mining within 25 metres of either side of the Goldfields Pipeline Licence 59 as shown in TENGRAPH.
28-Jul-2009
111No surface excavation approaching closer to the boundary of the Safety Zone established by condition 10 hereof than a distance equal to three times the depth of the excavation without the prior written approval of the State Mining Engineer DMP28-Jul-2009
121No interference with the drainage pattern, and no parking, storage or movement of equipment or vehicles used in the course of mining within the Safety Zone established by Condition 10 hereof without the prior approval of the operators of the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
131The Licensee shall not excavate, drill, install, erect, deposit or permit to be excavated, drilled, installed, erected or deposited within the Safety Zone established in Condition 10 hereof, any pit, well, pavement, foundation, building, or other structure or installation, or material of any nature whatsoever without the prior written consent of the State Mining Engineer DMP28-Jul-2009
141No explosives being used or stored within one hundred and fifty (150) metres of the Pipeline Licence 59  without the prior written consent of the State Mining Engineer DMP.28-Jul-2009
151Mining on the Safety Zone established in Condition 10 hereof being confined to below a depth of 50 metres from the natural surface unless otherwise approved by the State Mining Engineer DMP .28-Jul-2009
161The rights of ingress to and egress from the pipeline easement established in Condition 10 hereof being at all times preserved for employees, contractors and agents of the operators of the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
171Such further conditions as may from time to time be imposed by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 for the purpose of protecting the Pipeline Licence 59.28-Jul-2009
1Consent to mine on Kambalda Nature Reserve Reserve No. 33300 granted by the Minister responsible for the Mining Act 1978 subject to the following conditions.28-Jul-2009
181Prior to accessing the reserve the licensee consulting with and ensuring that, where required by the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), all vehicles, machinery and equipment entering the area are cleaned down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified by the Regional/District Manager, DEC, for the prevention of the spread of soil borne diseases.28-Jul-2009
191Access to and from and the movement of vehicles and personnel being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved by the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
201The Regional/District Manager, DEC, being supplied with an itinerary and program of the locations of operations on the licence area and informed at least seven days in advance of any changes to that itinerary.28-Jul-2009
211Prior to any activity not specified as "environmental disturbance" the licensee preparing a program for each phase of the proposed exploration for approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
221Prior to any environmental disturbance, (as defined by the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Executive Director, Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), the Conservation Commission of WA (CCWA) and the Environmental Protection Authority), the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC and the CCWA. This process may result in additional conditions being imposed together with a requirement to lodge an Unconditional Performance Bond if required. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include the following :
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances. The Regional/District Manager, DEC, specifying the level of vegetation description;
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the reserve;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
28-Jul-2009
231All rehabilitation being to the satisfaction of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
241At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee reporting to the Director, Environment, DMP and the Regional/District Manager, DEC, on the progress of the operation and the rehabilitation program.28-Jul-2009
251Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the reserve, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and the Regional/ District Manager, DEC, and arranging an inspection as required.28-Jul-2009
261The licensee making provision to prevent spillage of fuel and discharge of pollutants generally and for all exploration sites being kept free from any rubbish and being left in a clean and tidy state.28-Jul-2009
271The licensee not establishing any camp, base works or area, fuelling depot or similar establishment on the licence area unless the site and access has received prior approval of the Director, Environment, DMP in agreement with the Regional/District Manager, DEC.28-Jul-2009
281Domestic animals, traps, or firearms not being taken onto the reserve.28-Jul-2009
1In respect to the area of land designated PSF 20 in TENGRAPH, hereinafter referred to as the designated area, the following additional conditions shall apply:28-Jul-2009
291Prior to accessing the licence area, the licensee shall consult with the Environmental Officer, DMP, and ensure that where required all vehicles and equipment entering the designated area are washed down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified for the prevention of the spread of soil- borne diseases.28-Jul-2009
301Prior to any activity involving disturbance to vegetation and soils including:-
  • exploration access; and/or
  • exploration sampling;
the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for written approval of the Director, Environment, DMP.The Director, Environment, DMP to consult with the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation or other government agency (as relevant) prior to approval. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include:-
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances.
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • procedures to protect the integrity of special ecosystems such as wetland systems, mangal communities and rainforests areas (and/or associated rainforest monitoring sites) if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the designated area;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
28-Jul-2009
311Access to and from and the movement of vehicles within the licence area being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved under the program or otherwise agreed by the Environmental Officer, DMP.28-Jul-2009
321At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DMP outlining the progress of the operation and rehabilitation program and the proposed operations and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months.28-Jul-2009
331Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the designated area, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and arranging an inspection as required.28-Jul-2009
1Consent to mine on Camping Boy Scouts & Guides Reserve 32487 granted subject to the following conditions:28-Jul-2014
341Any mining on the reserve being confined to below a depth of 33 metres from the natural surface.28-Jul-2014
351No interference with fencing on the reserve and firebreaks to be implmented for the protection of the boundary fence.28-Jul-2014
361No mining material being deposited on the reserve.28-Jul-2014
371No intereference with Scouting and Guiding activities.28-Jul-2014

Dealings

TypeNumberDetails
Caveat325H/045Pursuant To:S120AACaveat Type:CaveatCaveat Number:210577,Primary Tenements:Lodged against P 15/3531 is now effective against this tenement.Caveator:SHERLOCK BAY NICKEL CORPORATION LIMITEDShares Caveated:100/100 shares BHP BILLITON NICKEL WEST PTY LTDRECORDED:00:00 28 July 2009Order under Section 122(D)1 that Transfer 451562 is registered while Caveat 325H/045 (210577) remains in force, signed K Taverner, Warden, 3 Sept 2014.
Caveat326H/045Pursuant To:S120AACaveat Type:CaveatCaveat Number:210578,Primary Tenements:Lodged against P 15/3594 is now effective against this tenement.Caveator:SHERLOCK BAY NICKEL CORPORATION LIMITEDShares Caveated:100/100 shares BHP BILLITON NICKEL WEST PTY LTDRECORDED:00:00 28 July 2009Order under Section 122(D)1 that Transfer 451562 is registered while Caveat 326H/045 (210578) remains in force, signed K Taverner, Warden, 3 Sept 2014.
Transfer285530Transfers 285530, 285543 and 285544 were registered on 07 Mar 2008 against P 15/3531, P 15/3594 and E 15/338. Pursuant to Section 120AA the applicant details have been amended.
Application to Amend434630Lodged:13:42:31 06 November 2013Amending:AddressFrom:BHP BILLITON NICKEL WEST PTY LTD, C/- LAND SERVICES, PO BOX 8301, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849To:BHP BILLITON NICKEL WEST PTY LTD, C/- TENEMENTS, PO BOX 628, WEST PERTH, WA, 6872RECORDED:13:42:31 06 November 2013
Extension / Renewal of Term451394Lodged:12:17:55 24 July 2014Applied For Period:5 YearsRECORDED:12:17:55 24 July 2014GRANTED:03 October 2014Granted Period:5 YearsTerm Extended To:27/07/2019
Amalgamation469686Lodged:10:25 19 June 2015Amalgamating:Portion of P 15/4969Situated within:External boundaries of E 15/974Granted 01/12/2015 in respect to P 15/4969
Application to Amend493044Lodged:09:42:29 30 August 2016Amending:Address (Including DTC Details)From:ST IVES GOLD MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, C/- TENEMENTS, PO BOX 628, WEST PERTH, WA, 6872To:ST IVES GOLD MINING COMPANY PTY LIMITED, GEMMA GLASS / RACHAEL CHALMERS, C/- TENEMENTS, PO BOX 628, WEST PERTH, WA, 6872, xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@goldfields.com, xxxxx204RECORDED:09:42:29 30 August 2016
Amalgamation494263Lodged:11:35 22 September 2016Amalgamating : Whole of P15/4972 and portion of P15/4973 Situated within : External boundaries of E15/974Refused 22/09/2016 in respect to P15/4972 and P15/4973
Amalgamation494633Lodged:12:31 30 September 2016Amalgamating : Whole of former P15/4972 and portion of former P15/4973 Situated within: External boundaries of E15/974 GRANTED 16 March 2017
Extension / Renewal of Term559030Lodged:13:03:04 25 July 2019Applied For Period:2 YearsRECORDED:13:03:04 25 July 2019GRANTED:10 October 2019Granted Period:2 YearsTerm Extended To:27/07/2021

Payments

TypeYearReceipt DateReceipt No.MR LodgedAmountRental AreaEffective DateAmt DueDiscrepancy
Rental202114-Jul-2020 10153668$5,535.009 BL28-Jul-2009 $5,535.00$0.00
Rental202025-Jul-2019 95540687146$5,409.009 BL28-Jul-2009 $5,409.00$0.00
Rental201912-Jul-2018 7945938111$5,103.009 BL28-Jul-2009 $5,103.00$0.00
Rental201817-Jul-2017 9194543949$4,815.009 BL28-Jul-2009 $4,815.00$0.00
Rental201702-Aug-2016 MT-210010689040-DD$4,658.409 BL28-Jul-2009 $4,658.40$0.00
Rental201606-Jul-2015 MT-210010302686-DD$2,379.159 BL28-Jul-2009 $2,379.15$0.00
Rental201524-Jul-2014 420514590347$2,318.859 BL28-Jul-2009 $2,318.85$0.00
Rental201405-Jul-2013 06-125841PERTH$1,633.059 BL28-Jul-2009 $1,633.05$0.00
Rental201329-Jun-2012 06-111803PERTH$1,633.059 BL28-Jul-2009 $1,633.05$0.00
Rental201222-Jul-2011 97395PERTH$1,021.509 BL28-Jul-2009 $1,021.50$0.00
Rental201120-Jul-2010 81857PERTH$1,089.999 BL28-Jul-2009 $1,089.99$0.00
Rental201008-Apr-2009 12260KALGOORLIE$85.959 BL28-Jul-2009 $945.45$0.00
Rental201025-Jan-2007 1509COOLGARDIE$859.50

Expenditure

YearForm 5 TypeMin ExpdExp Lodged DateTotal ExpdExemp NoExemp LodgedExemp AmtExemp StatusOutcome DateExploration ActivitiesMining ActivitiesAboriginal SurveyRentAdministrationProspectingStrike Through
2021$70,000.00false
2020$70,000.0025-Aug-2020 $50,154.0058522801-Sep-2020 $70,000.00Recorded$40,064.00$0.00$0.00$6,084.00$4,006.00$0.00false
2019$70,000.0003-Sep-2019 $51,166.0056222903-Sep-2019 $70,000.00Granted14-Oct-2019 $37,832.00$0.00$0.00$5,768.00$7,566.00$0.00false
2018$70,000.0020-Aug-2018 $31,490.0053744720-Aug-2018 $70,000.00Granted27-Sep-2018 $21,694.00$0.00$0.00$5,457.00$4,339.00$0.00false
2017$70,000.0022-Aug-2017 $11,129.0051307223-Aug-2017 $70,000.00Granted03-Oct-2017 $5,467.00$0.00$0.00$5,279.00$383.00$0.00false
2016$50,000.0015-Aug-2016 $17,386.0049233916-Aug-2016 $50,000.00Granted29-Sep-2016 $13,456.00$0.00$0.00$3,190.00$740.00$0.00false
2015$50,000.0019-Aug-2015 $151,636.00$141,158.00$0.00$0.00$3,420.00$7,058.00$0.00false
2014$30,000.0011-Aug-2014 $111,346.00$99,325.00$0.00$0.00$2,089.00$9,932.00$0.00false
2013$30,000.0026-Aug-2013 $30,100.00$1,000.00$0.00$21,034.00$2,066.00$6,000.00$0.00false
2012$20,000.0007-Sep-2012 $14,070.0040566810-Sep-2012 $5,930.00Granted18-Jan-2013 $7,943.00$0.00$0.00$2,128.00$3,999.00$0.00false
2011$20,000.0018-Aug-2011 $10,836.0038000726-Aug-2011 $9,164.00Granted21-Nov-2011 $5,499.00$0.00$0.00$1,338.00$3,999.00$0.00false
2010$20,000.0009-Sep-2010 $20,351.00$14,920.00$0.00$0.00$1,431.00$4,000.00$0.00false

Native Title Referrals

Referred to Native Title DateReferral TypeCurrent StatusProcedureDetailsObjectionsWater CommentsDetermination AreasClaimsRepresentative Area Bodies
13-Oct-2016 Tenement AmalgamationExpedited Procedure : Native Title Cleared - Expedited AppliesExpedited Procedure2016-11-022017-03-02CLEARED - Expedited Applies2017-03-1647.67 HA311448S1213430E9km W'ly of Kambalda13GoldfieldsNative Title Services Goldfields
24-Jun-2015 Tenement AmalgamationExpedited Procedure : Native Title Cleared - Expedited AppliesExpedited Procedure2015-07-152015-11-15CLEARED - Expedited Applies2015-11-3043.76 HA311058S121342E9km W'ly of Kambalda13GoldfieldsNative Title Services Goldfields
10-Mar-2008 Tenement ApplicationNT Cleared