Bondi Mining (BOM)

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Bondi Mining Limited (BOM) is an Australia-based company that is a diverse exploration company with a portfolio of projects for the purpose of exploration, development and investment in the resources sector. It has four projects: Murphy project, Juntala project, Mount Hogan project and North Maureen Project. The Murphy project is located 1000 kilometres from Darwin and 700 kilometres from the town of Mount Isa. The project consists of 8 granted tenements covering 9,056 square kilometres. The project is owned 100% by Bondi Mining Ltd. The Juntala project occurs in an area where Lower Proterozoic Einasleigh Metamorphics are intruded by uranium-enriched Carboniferous granites. Murphy Uranium Pty Ltd is the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary.

Bondi Mining Limited (BOM) is focused on the discovery and development of economic resources, either from its current portfolio of projects or through investment in other opportunities with a focus on gold, copper and nickel. The company has joint venture interests in a portfolio of copper-gold, gold and nickel tenements in the Lachlan Fold Belt and eastern margin of the Curnamona Craton in central and western NSW respectively. The company has funded its 100% owned projects until recently, but is moving increasingly to a model in which partners are brought in to spread risk and provide partial or full funding.

Bondi Mining Current Tenements

Bondi Mining holds large land positions in highly prospective mineralized belts with economically desirable targets. The company’s Australian uranium portfolio comprises 20 granted tenements and 3 applications totalling 15,085 km2 in three major uranium provinces in the Northern Territory and Queensland.

Bondi Mining (BOM) Products and Services

  • Uranium exploration

Bondi Mining (BOM) Locations and Subsidiaries

Bondi Mining Head Office
32 Park Road, Level 2,
QLD 4064

Phone: (07) 3369 4000
Fax: (07) 3369 4900

Bondi Mining (BOM) Share Price

Submitted by ASX Listed Company on 3 March, 2010 - 21:27