About

Red River Resources (RVR) is a gold and base metal producer with a multi-asset Australian operating business aiming to deliver prosperity through lean and clever resource development.

RVR produces copper, lead and zinc at Thalanga along with significant by products of gold and silver. Hillgrove produces both gold and antimony.

We are exploring for silver and indium at our Herberton Project in Queensland’s Atherton Tablelands.

Key Operations & Projects

 

History

Red River Resources completed its IPO and ASX listing in 2005, and acquired the Thalanga Operations in northern Queensland in 2014. A subsequent Thalanga Restart Study highlighted the project’s potential low operating risk, capital cost and operating cost and Red River recommenced concentrate production at Thalanga in 2017.

Aiming to diversify its operations, Red River acquired the high-grade Hillgrove gold-antimony project in NSW in 2019 and recommenced gold production in 2020. It plans to recommence underground mining as well as antimony production at Hillgrove in 2022 while developing Liontown as the third deposit at Thalanga and continuing to explore areas surrounding both projects to grow resources.

Strategy

Red River aims to create prosperity through lean and clever resource development for our shareholders and stakeholders, with multiple base and precious metal operating assets within low sovereign risk jurisdictions.

We execute near-mine, greenfield and brownfield exploration at our assets, aiming to define new resources that can extend the operational life of the assets.

We continue to seek high quality acquisition opportunities within the sector, which will meet and exceed our internal requirements and allow us to deliver material value for our shareholders.

Loading Base Metal Concentrate at Thalanga Operations

 

Hillgrove Gold Mine

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