Why Invest in Crater Gold

  Crater Gold Mining is a diversified gold company

What does Crater Gold Mining offer investors?

Opportunity to invest in an early stage Graphite exploration / development Company

Opportunity for massive capital gains via ownership of a potential world class gold class project in PNG


Crater Gold Mining is well positioned to deliver growth through the discovery of substantial mineral systems.

The Company's key assets are located in Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Croydon, Queensland - advanced stage graphite, gold and polymetallic exploration within the premier Mt Isa-Cloncurry mineral province
Crater Mountain, PNG - outstanding potential for the discovery of a multi-million ounce world-class gold deposit
  Crater Mountain

...has early signs consistent with other world class discoveries within the region.

Crater Mountain is the Company's flagship asset.
Lying within PNG's 'ring of fire', the project has outstanding potential to host a world class, multi- million ounce gold discovery.

Crater Mountain comprises three contiguous exploration licences. BHP considered the prospect to be a Tier-1 asset (highest potential, best prospectivity) prior to abandoning PNG for corporate reasons in the 1990's.

To date, four areas of gold mineralisation have been identified, with the most advanced – the Nevera Prospect – containing a high grade, near surface zone. The Company is developing an initial small- to mid-scale shallow, open-pit operation at Nevera in the near-term.

The Company has been conducting a drilling programme at Crater Mountain since November 2010.

Why do we suspect Crater Mountain will become a world class mineral discovery?

Former BHP Tier-1 asset

Within a region rich with world-class mineral discoveries

Coherent gold-in-soil anomaly over 1.5km by 1.0 km

Excellent historic drilling results including

- NEV 02; 121 metres at 1.77 g/t Au
- NEV 05; 151 metres at 1.38 g/t Au
- NEV 08; 178 metres at 1.30 g/t Au
- NEV 18;  284 metres at 0.82g/tAu
- NEV 19; 215 metres  at 1.46 g/tAu