About Terramin Australia

Terramin Australia Limited and its controlled entities engage in the exploration, evaluation and development of base and precious metal projects in Australia and overseas.

Terramin has a clear focus on growing a production pipeline of base and precious metal projects close to infrastructure and with low capital and operating costs. Consistent with this focus, the Group holds a number of highly prospective mineral deposits and exploration tenements across South Australian and Algerian locations.

Projects include the flagship Tala Hamza Zinc Project, which is located on the Mediterranean coast of Algeria and is a joint venture with two Algerian government-owned companies, as well as the Bird-in-Hand Gold Project, Angas Zinc Mine, the Kitticoola joint venture, the Kapunda joint venture and the Adelaide Hills and South Gawler exploration tenements in South Australia. In total, the Group has access to 3 billion pounds of zinc, 265,000 ounces of gold and 260 million pounds of pounds of copper in situ.

Terramin has a highly capable team to take projects from exploration through feasibility to production. This team is supported by a Board which has extensive business and project development experience.

The safety of everyone involved in operations is at the core of the Company. The primary objective is to operate in a manner that builds long term, sustainable value for shareholders.

Corporate History

The Board

Management Team

Geology & Exploration

Corporate Governance Statement

Charters & Policies