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A total project production in excess of 500,000oz is planned over the next 8 years

In the heart of Central Victoria, home to the legendary Golden Triangle, Golden Camel Mining (GCM) is planning to develop a pipeline of six mining operations and three processing facilities as part of becoming a long-term sustainable gold producer.

A Clear Permitted Path to Production and Revenue in 6 Months!

The First Gold Pour is
planned for the fourth
quarter of CY 2022

Six proposed mining developments within four key projects that are advancing to Resource delineation

Golden Camel Mine is
fully permitted for the recommencement of
oxide mining

The Nagambie Processing Facility is fully permitted
for the commencement of construction


GCM is currently seeking capital funding for its processing plant which commenced construction
in October 2021

The proposed funding model is a combination of debt and equity

The processing plant upgrade and expansion along with the project pipeline development will be funded from cash flow

The projected annual dividend to shareholders is $20M AUD from 2025

Planned IPO for Q2 of 2023 on the back of gold production, resource inventory, development pipeline and exploration


The Golden Camel Mining team is the only successful group to have obtained a metalliferous open pit mining permit in Victoria in the last twenty years.

Golden Camel Mining is the first group to receive full permits and approvals for the construction of a processing facility under the new 2019 Victorian mining regulations.

The current GCM team was involved in the original discovery of the sulphide mineralisation at Fosterville in 1995 as well as mining at Bailieston and drilling at Golden Camel in the late 1990’s.


The GCM team contains an exceptional amount of project specific, Victoria gold mining and international mining and exploration knowledge and experience as well as a significant level corporate and commercial expertise.

The company is headed by founding director Dean Pontin who is a mining engineer with over 35 years of domestic and international experience in designing, building and operating mines.

Dean Pontin was most recently the Site Senior Executive and General Manager at the Round Oak Minerals Barbara Copper Project in Queensland where he successfully led a team consisting of 10 ROM staff and managed over 100 contract personnel. Prior to that, he managed numerous mines in Indonesia and Laos.