Silver Lake is a gold producer and exploration company with a resource base of 4.5 million oz of gold across its portfolio of assets. These assets include the Mount Monger goldfield, Daisy Milano, Daisy East, Rosemary and Haoma underground mines and the Wombola Pit and Womola Dam open pit operations, the Murchison goldfield, Tuckabianna, Comet, Moyagee, and Eelya, the Copper Lakes project and the recently acquired Great Southern project.
Silver Lake has targeted projects with certain attributes including:
- Dominant position in a highly prospective region;
- Sound economic indicators;
- Near term production ability;
- Existing JORC resources with significant growth potential; and
- Lack of prior systematic exploration.
WHY THE NAME SILVER LAKE?
In 1966 WMC developed the first nickel orebody at Kambalda by sinking the Silver Lake shaft. It was aptly named after the nearby Lake Lefroy which can be seen shimmering in the summer sun. Kambalda went on to become one of the world's great mineral fields.
For us, the name "Silver Lake" represents perseverance, courage and the greatness that can come of small beginnings.