No ordinary mining company

Heathgate Resources stands out as a unique mining company. Our commitment to innovation and environmental sustainability sets us apart as a company that leverages data and technology to drive positive change toward clean energy.

Our commitment to sustainability

Our ethos is to respect and care for the environment and our community. We use the latest technology to source and export uranium, the key component of the world’s most reliable, carbon-free source of baseload electricity – nuclear. We are proud of our fundamental role in clean energy.

Our operations

Heathgate Resources has since 2000 mined uranium in South Australia… first at Beverley and then at Beverley North. Our mining operations are now at the nearby Four Mile Mine, which is in the Frome Basin east of the Flinders Ranges and about 550 kilometres north of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia.

Unlike others in the industry, we use the unique and low impact in-situ recovery (ISR) method to recover uranium ore from underground without shifting earth. Heathgate Resources is an industry leader and, using the very latest in technology, has mined and processed millions of pounds of uranium.

We have invested more than $2 billion in mine infrastructure and plant, engaging with local business partners and suppliers throughout Australia.

We continue to generate millions of dollars in royalties and tax for Australia and the local State of South Australia.

Fostering positive relationships

We appreciate our collaborative relationship with the Adnyamathanha people, the Native Title Holders of the land upon which we operate at Beverley in South Australia. Mutually positive relationships are imperative and we are proud that many Adnyamathanha people also work with us at Beverley.

Expansion and opportunities

We have a significant and growing presence in South Australia with more than 300 skilled FIFO staff onsite at Beverley and 50 staff at our Adelaide head office.

Our operations continue to grow as we explore new opportunities in South Australia and Queensland.