Victoria has thirteen goldﬁelds that have each produced more than one million ounces (Moz) of gold. Much of Victoria remains under-explored and offers boundless opportunities to reopen mines or ﬁnd totally new deposits through modern exploration techniques.
Victoria’s gold prospectivity is significant and based on a long history of production and the presence of large, under-explored but highly prospective areas, including greenﬁelds areas beneath shallow cover. Simulations by the Geological Survey of Victoria suggest that there may be up to 75 million ounces of gold still to be found in the northern parts of the Stawell, Bendigo and Melbourne zones, including multiple million-ounce occurrences. The high-grade, world-class Fosterville gold mine is a great example of the potential for new discovery in Victoria.
Northeast Victoria has an exceptionally rich, and under-explored gold endowment, giving rise to a broad range of exploration targets. Dart Mining has focused on developing targets since its inception and consequently holds tenements across several orogenic gold prospects, all in various stages of development.
All of Darts gold projects contain historic, high-grade gold fields and are under-explored by modern methods.