Welcome to the White Rock Minerals Ltd (“White Rock”) website. White Rock is an Australian listed minerals exploration company with projects located in northern NSW and central Alaska. White Rock listed on the ASX in October 2010. The White Rock vision is to explore and develop both precious and base metal projects.
White Rock’s cornerstone asset is the Mt Carrington epithermal gold-silver project in northern NSW. The Mt Carrington project has great leverage to the Australian gold and silver prices with a positive scoping study providing a path towards feasibility studies and development in the near term.
White Rock is also exploring the Red Mountain project in Alaska. Red Mountain is a quality advanced VMS project with high grade zinc and silver in two deposits. White Rock is exploring for additional high grade deposits that will enhance the projects leverage to an upturn in the fortunes of zinc and silver.
Independent Research Reports & Podcasts
- Podcast – Presentation at Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2018
- DJ Carmichael Research Note – 2018 Exploration at Red Mountain
Podcast – Interview with Alan Kohler of The Constant Investor
DJ Carmichael Research Note – Mount Carrington & Red Mountain
DJ Carmichael Research Note – Red Mountain
Independent Investment Research Report – Red Mountain
- Podcast – The Mining 2017 Resources Convention
20180216 White Rock Minerals – Share Issue & Cleansing Notice
20180214 White Rock Minerals – Podcast of Presentation at Vancouver Resource Investment Conference
20180213 White Rock Minerals Independent Research Report
20180124 White Rock Interview with Alan Kohler of The Constant Investor
20180123 Quarterly Report & Cashflow Report
20180122 White Rock Presents at Vancouver Resource Investment Conference
20180119 White Rock Minerals Question & Answer with Metals News on Alaskan Zinc VMS and Australian Gold Silver Projects
20171227 White Rock’s Mt Carrington Gold-Silver Project Pre-Feasibility Study Stage One
20171218 White Rock Defines 2018 Exploration Program for its Zinc project in Alaska